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KLogWatch

   2.0.3  

KDE Logging/Monitoring

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KLogWatch
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  3786
Submitted:  Jan 28 2004
Updated:  Dec 18 2006

Description:

KLogWatch sits in the system tray and monitors a kernel log file for Netfilter (ie. iptables) log lines. Clicking on the System Tray icon opens up a window with a history of all the logged packets. Users can then perform basic operations on the packet information (whois, traceroute, host, etc.).




Changelog:

Version 2.0.3:
Do proper column sorting on addresses and ports.

Version 2.0.2:
Be sure to save config when a session closes
Add ping command
Actually use dest IP address when doing traceroute on dest IP
Allow use of $(DESTDIR) during installation. Thanks to Tiziano Mueller for the initial patch.

Version 2.0.1:
Fixed error message reporting of an invalid logfile

Version 2.0:
New features:
* New columns to account for all netfilter log info
* Select which columns to see
* Column size and order saved
* Window size and position saved
* Right mouse button actions
* Adjustable print font
* Can now print/save window contents or raw log messages

Changes:
* Some code cleanups; more on the way
* Changing configuration does not require restart
* Desktop file installed automatically
* Removed popup on alert action; all alerts appear in the tray
* Debian package files and RPM spec file included

Version 1.8.4:

Fixed bug in Save As option
New cleaner icons
Added uninstall make target

Version 1.8.3:

Corrected to work properly when log-rotation occurs
Use proper KDE config file location
(Copy your ~/.klogwatch to ~/.kde/share/config/klogwatchrc).
Don't scroll down to new packets if window already visible

Version 1.8.2:

Corrected "parsed == false" assertion failure on startup under latest KDE versions.

Version 1.8.1:

Fixed SIGABRT Mandrake problem where /var/log/kernel is a directory

Version 1.8:

Fixed the autoconf system for Fedora/Mandrake/Debian
Added sort by destination port
Lookup protocol numbers in /etc/protocols to give names




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Source(klogwatch-2.0.3.tar.gz)
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 Snort?

 
 by starseeker on: Dec 18 2004
 
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Apologies if this is off topic, but is there any chance this app could support snort's analysis of potential attacks, or in some other fashion alert the user if a potential attack is detected? I'm thinking klogwatch would be the perfect tool to combine with guarddog and whatever other security tools are appropriate and create a clone of the Zonealarm experience. Is this possible?


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 Re: Snort?

 
 by nickbattle on: Dec 21 2004
 
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Technically, this probably would be possible, but it's a very different task to the one KLogWatch is currently doing - at the moment, it is simply displaying intercepted packets. There is no attempt to interpret the packets or look for patterns of activity that might indicate an attack.


Cheers,
-nick

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 Re: Snort?

 
 by mattepiu on: Sep 27 2005
 
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Would be great, but this would need merging this project with a firewall configurator (eg: Kmyfirewall) and could
not, however, select which packet to allow
"on the fly" (since logging is done on dropped packets...)


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 Remote support

 
 by EliasP on: Jul 26 2006
 
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It would be nice to have remote support included, so I could watch the logfiles on my servers.


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 Re: Remote support

 
 by nickbattle on: Jul 26 2006
 
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Yes, I can see how that would be useful. But I'd need to build some sort of remote protocol into klogwatch - really that should be done "outside".

I've not tried, but it should work via an NFS mount. The program itself only knows about a "file" that contains the logs.


Cheers,
-nick

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 Re: Re: Remote support

 
 by EliasP on: Jul 26 2006
 
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I thought about doing this using NFS, too.
But that's too unsecure for some environments. Maybe you find a solution using the KDE kio SSH (fish) implementation.

Regards,

Elias P.


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 Re: Re: Re: Remote s

 
 by nickbattle on: Jul 26 2006
 
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I'll look into this. Presumably it should be possible to set up some sort of ssh tunnel - I just don't know enough about it to say. Thanks for the suggestion anyway.


Cheers,
-nick

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 Re: Re: Re: Remote support

 
 by jstamp on: Jul 27 2006
 
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Going through the fish kioslave was my first thought too, but I don't know off the top of my head how well it would work to stat and tail a remote file like that.

How do you currently do remote logging? There's info out there about how to set up syslog or syslog-ng to securely receive remote log events. I haven't tried it, but I suspect that klogwatch would be able to pick up those alerts in that kind of setup.


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 Fonts

 
 by papa on: Aug 3 2006
 
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Could you tell me the name of those fonts, which are appear on the setup's pictures?


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 Re: Fonts

 
 by nickbattle on: Aug 3 2006
 
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The font in the sample pictures is called "Misc Fixed" (12pt). I don't know where it came from, but I'm using SuSE 10.1 and I believe it came with the distro.

Fixed fonts are nicer for klogwatch because thnigs like IP addresses line up.

HTH,
-nick


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 v2.0.1 SLED 10

 
 by pupil on: Sep 21 2006
 
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RPM for SLED 10:
http://donnie.110mb.com/downloads.php?cat_id=2

For GPG key, please look at the front page of my site.


http://donnie.110mb.com
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 v2.0.2 SLED 10

 
 by pupil on: Sep 30 2006
 
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RPM updated to v2.0.2


http://donnie.110mb.com
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 Re: v2.0.2 SLED 10

 
 by jstamp on: Sep 30 2006
 
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We also have an rpm available on the SourceForge site. Nick compiled that one on Suse 10.1, I think.

Best,
John


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 Re: Re: v2.0.2 SLED

 
 by nickbattle on: Oct 1 2006
 
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Yes, my RPM was built on SUSE 10.1. It's probably very similar to the SLED one though.


Cheers,
-nick

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 Nice one!

 
 by TrashOverride on: Jan 19 2008
 
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just the thing i was looking for.
One question though, it says that /var/log/kernel is not found (and i dont have it). I tried dmesg, messages.1, syslog.1, but none when they are loaded nothing is shown...
i'm using slackware 12, kernel 2.6.23.12, kde 3.5.7


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 Re: Nice one!

 
 by TrashOverride on: Jan 19 2008
 
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Never mind the last one, FIXED.
i used syslog.1 instead of syslog.


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