New user, with a Fedora install.
1 - Starting with the basics. As a normal user:
[BroControl] > install
Error: running "bro -v" failed with output:
can't open 'debug.log' for debugging output
Does bro have to run as root?
2 - Is there an NNTP reflector for this mailing list?
Ken Goldman kgoldman(a)us.ibm.com
I looked at this a while back, and didn't pursue it because the protocol
itself really doesn't have a lot of useful information. There are no
filenames or really any useful metadata in the protocol (that's all
contained in the .torrent file which is downloaded via a different
There might be something for DHT, but that would require parsing
a completely different protocol.
Johanna Amann <johanna(a)icir.org> writes:
>> Will I be able to detect torrent download using bro, i could see some
>> torrent analyzers,is there any load statement should i include in local.bro
>> or how to detect?
> The Bittorrent analyzer in Bro has not been touched in years and I assume
> that it is not functional (it certainly has not been tested by anyone in a
> long time).
> If you are interested in trying to enable it, you will have to write all
> scripts yourself. As you probably are aware for most protocol analyzers we
> have scripts in base/ that create the logfiles that are written to disk.
> These scripts were never created for the Bittorrent analyzer - you would
> have to write them from scratch (and as I mentioned I have doubts if it
> still works).
> So - short version - there is no quick and easy way to enable it
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Am trying to use the webapp detection script to detect webapps like
I saw previous threads it was mentioned to enable "*Make sure to set your
Sites::local_net variable * If you set it to
I have included 0.0.0.0/0 in networks.cfg,
I have also included in local.bro
redef Software::asset_tracking = ALL_HOSTS;
still I couldnt see any webapps traffic mentioning facebook i could see
only multicast address like 126.96.36.199
Any solution ,much appreciated
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Does anyone know a way to get a list of all triggered events given a pcap
Currently what I do is just print some indicative message for each
suspected relevant events (quit tedious task)
If am trying to add smb-ransomware.bro , to my bro setup ,where should I
include this in the bro directories.
root@csh:/home/raj# find / -name "smb"
and after this I can include in local.bro, @load policy/protocols/smb
I have a question regarding how the connections are created in conn.log.
I thought that the combination tuple o (src_ip, src_port, dest_ip,
dest_port)was used to define one connection but this is not the case.
>From my conn.log file I have 6 connections with 6 unique different uids but
with the same exact combination tuple mentioned above.
The first connection is the one that establishes the ssl connection and the
other 5 are identified as *OTH *which is No *SYN seen, just midstream
traffic (a “partial connection” that was not later closed).*
Are they not all included in the same connection because bro did not
identify the ssl connection closing? If so, does this mean that bro
considers a flow as a unique connection if there is a problem protocol
beggining and ending?