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kfirewatcher

   0.8  

KDE Kommander Script

Score 75%
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  1664
Submitted:  Jan 25 2006
Updated:  Feb 4 2006

Description:

Little app to view the firewall logs
in a more readable form.
(just remote ip address, local if local connection, only the needed infos...)
Needs kommander 3.5, and a separate
firewall-log file (you can separate firewall lines with syslog-ng).

Accepts logs multilines with line format (standard iptables):
Dec 12 12:14:47 Machine Prefix:IN=eth0 OUT= MAC=00:13:8f:4f:59:fc:00:04:ed:00:01:91:08:00 SRC=220.253.135.60 DST=192.168.1.57 LEN=48 TOS=0x10 PREC=0x40 TTL=107 ID=2699 DF PROTO=TCP SPT=1187 DPT=6081 WINDOW=65535 RES=0x00 SYN URGP=0




Changelog:

0.8: added tools (rightclick a line to set his remote ip as observed one):
whois, a rudimentary ping, ban,unban and clean (require root privileges through
kdesu, care that clean uses unsecure ip list so users could arbitrary unban
ip from you machine, don't save iptables!!! iptables part is meant for
session-only, cleaned at reboot).
Tools features are still experimental.

0.7: fixed save function (will create ~/.scripti if not already present), added new function: rightclick on a cell to
have its text copied into clipboard
(actually working only if the script is
NOT executed as different user)

0.6: fixed a bug with OUT direction parameters (IP and ports are now
corrected,as you may check in new screen)




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 explanation

 
 by mattepiu on: Jan 25 2006
 
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I just noticed I wrote "you can separate
firewall log lines with syslog-ng" without
explaining how....

A first idea of how to do is at http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-p-2187309.html
under
Section 7: Logging Shorewall Messages

You can use any firewall as long your firewall log lines contains a "Prefix"
word after date and machine name. I'm using it with kmyfirewall.


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 explanation

 
 by mattepiu on: Jan 25 2006
 
Score 50%

I just noticed I wrote "you can separate
firewall log lines with syslog-ng" without
explaining how....

A first idea of how to do is at http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-p-2187309.html
under
Section 7: Logging Shorewall Messages

You can use any firewall as long your firewall log lines contains a "Prefix"
word after date and machine name. I'm using it with kmyfirewall.


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 syslog-ng config

 
 by mattepiu on: Jan 27 2006
 
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Ok, here my /etc/syslog-ng.conf , CARE IT WILL ALLOW ANY USER TO READ THE LOGS,
just change KMF to any prefix you choosed for your firewall logs (or change it to KMF in iptables rules),
bold parts are those you need to add:

# $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/app-admin/syslog-ng/files/syslog-ng.conf.gentoo,v 1.5 2005/05/12 05:46:10 mr_bones_ Exp $
#
# Syslog-ng default configuration file for Gentoo Linux
# contributed by Michael Sterrett

options {
chain_hostnames(off);
sync(0);

# The default action of syslog-ng 1.6.0 is to log a STATS line
# to the file every 10 minutes. That's pretty ugly after a while.
# Change it to every 12 hours so you get a nice daily update of
# how many messages syslog-ng missed (0).
stats(43200);
};

source src { unix-stream("/dev/log"); internal(); pipe("/proc/kmsg"); };
source kernsrc { pipe("/proc/kmsg"); };
## You do need to add these lines though

destination d_shorewall{ file ("/var/log/kmyf/kmyf.log" create_dirs(yes) perm(0644)); };
filter f_shorewall { match ("KMF"); };

destination kern { file("/var/log/kernel/current"); };
filter f_kern { facility(kern); };

## If you don't want shorewall messages logged to
## /var/log/messages anymore add this filter as well

filter f_not_shorewall { not match ("KMF"); };

## Then add this to log messages to your shorewall log

log { source(src); filter (f_shorewall); destination (d_shorewall); };
log { source(kernsrc); filter(f_kern); destination(kern); };

## If you don't want shorewall messages logged to
## any other destination, such as /var/log/messages
## just use the f_not_shorewall filter like so

destination messages { file("/var/log/messages"); };

log { source(src); filter (f_not_shorewall);destination(messages); };

# By default messages are logged to tty12...
destination console_all { file("/dev/tty12"); };
# ...if you intend to use /dev/console for programs like xconsole
# you can comment out the destination line above that references /dev/tty12
# and uncomment the line below.
#destination console_all { file("/dev/console"); };

#log { source(src); destination(messages); };
log { source(src); destination(console_all); };


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