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12. 08. 2022 Mattia Codato Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.23

We fixed a bug that during the upgrade to NetEye 4.24 caused the RedHat version to update incorrectly. For NetEye 4.23 we updated the following packages: neteye-upgrade-manager to version 0.31.1-1

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09. 08. 2022 Camilla Biamino Events, NetEye, SEC4U, Service Management

NetEye User Group 2022 in Nuremberg ⛅️

Our yearly NetEye User Group is back! After two years of online User Groups, we are finally back with THE event!This year, our NetEye User Group DACH 2022, will take place in the Zukunftsmusuem in Nuremberg with a major focus on cyber security, a topic that is more relevant than ever! Our speakers will talk…

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09. 08. 2022 Damiano Chini Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.25

We fixed a race condition in El Proxy for which sometimes Logstash was failing to recognize whether an incoming log should be signed by El Proxy or not. We fixed a bug in El Proxy, which caused the verify command to report corruptions in the blockchain if newly signed documents were still waiting to be…

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09. 08. 2022 Davide Sbetti Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.24

We fixed a bug that prevented the installation of the perl-JSON-XS package, which can be required by external checks. We fixed two bugs in the Eventhandler. One bug causing a certificates verification error while using the GUI and another one causing the Eventhandler GUI to freeze when a particular race condition was encountered. For NetEye…

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09. 08. 2022 Davide Sbetti Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.23

We fixed a bug that prevented the installation of the perl-JSON-XS package, which can be required by external checks. We fixed two bugs in the Eventhandler. One bug causing a certificates verification error while using the GUI and another one causing the Eventhandler GUI to freeze when a particular race condition was encountered. For NetEye…

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05. 08. 2022 Elena Valgoi Blue Team, Events, Exposure Assessment, Red Team

BLUE or RED TEAM? #makeyourchoice ~HACKINBO EDITION

Ever heard of HackInBo? HackInBo is the main event in Italy for the cyber security community, bringing together (for almost 10 years now!) hundreds of passionate attendees for two days in Bologna…. We were there on May 27th and 28th… and it was an amazing experience! This year, and for the first time, the event…

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01. 08. 2022 Benjamin Gröber Downloads / Release Notes, NetEye, Unified Monitoring

NetEye 4.25 Release Notes

Welcome to version 4.25 of our NetEye v4 Unified Monitoring Solution. In this release, NetEye goes to the alpine pastures to meet one of the more than 130,000 cows in South Tyrol. Ample space, pure air and environment are just some of the advantages that the South Tyrolean land offers to grazing animals. During the…

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01. 08. 2022 Camilla Biamino Cloud, Events, NetEye, Service Management, Webinar

Place Your IT Services in the Clouds ⛅️

Service Management without worries Take advantage of the cloud to improve your IT management, from system upgrades to infrastructure security. Migrate your servers to save on maintenance costs, ticket resolution times and resource usage. The right time is now Take part in our webinar and find out more! (webinar in Italian language)

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19. 07. 2022 Enrico Alberti Contribution, NetEye, Unified Monitoring

Integration of Centreon Plugins into NetEye Extension Packs

With the end of 2021 we’ve release the first version of the NetEye Extension Packs project that helps customers and consultants on their monitoring implementations and more (see Introducing NetEye Extension Packs | www.neteye-blog.com for details). Now our focus is to extend the ouf of box infrastructure coverage of our monitoring plugins. With this target…

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14. 07. 2022 Alessandro Valentini DevOps

My OpenShift Journey #2: Nginx Load Balancing and SSL Termination

In a previous blog post I described how we installed our first OpenShift cluster and how we used HA Proxy as a load balancer. Our cluster is meant to host both internal services (like CI and docker registry) and public services, and we thus have to expose them on multiple domains with valid SSL certificates….

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11. 07. 2022 Davide Sbetti Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.24

We fixed a problem related to the RHEL 8 repos enabling on the various system which, based on their role in the NetEye installation, will be associated to a specific subscription that covers only the set of repos required by the specific role. For NetEye 4.24 we updated the following packages: neteye-setup to version 1.86.4-1…

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11. 07. 2022 Davide Sbetti Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.23

We fixed a problem related to the RHEL 8 repos enabling on the various system which, based on their role in the NetEye installation, will be associated to a specific subscription that covers only the set of repos required by the specific role. For NetEye 4.23 we updated the following packages: neteye-setup to version 1.85.7-1…

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11. 07. 2022 Davide Sbetti Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.22

We fixed a problem related to the RHEL 8 repos enabling on the various system which, based on their role in the NetEye installation, will be associated to a specific subscription that covers only the set of repos required by the specific role. For NetEye 4.22 we updated the following packages: neteye-setup to version 1.83.5-1…

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07. 07. 2022 Lorenzo Candeago DevOps

How to Test an ISO with Packer and Change the Root Password at Boot

In a previous blogpost, we showed how to test an ISO using Packer, an open source software tool for creating machine images for multiple platforms. One of the issues we faced was due to a security requirement we have: that the ISO we ship must have its password already expired so that when NetEye is…

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07. 07. 2022 Lorenzo Candeago DevOps

How to Use a Host’s Redhat Subscription to Run Containers Using Docker instead of Podman

In NetEye 4.23 we shifted our base containers from CentOS to RedHat Enterprise Linux. Within our NetEye image and container we ship packages that come from RedHat Enterprise Linux’s private repositories and are thus subject to subscription, hence we need a way to be able to use our subscription when building NetEye containers. RedHat allows…

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