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20. 09. 2019 Angelo Rosace Uncategorized

Selenium Flakiness and How to Tackle It

A piece of code can’t be considered good if it doesn’t work properly. One of the questions that arises from the previous sentence is, “So how can I know that my code is actually doing what it’s supposed to be doing?” The quick and easy answer is: Tests. But how can you decide which types…

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19. 09. 2019 NetEye Blog Admin Uncategorized

NetEye @ the Security Summit 2019

Security information and event management (SIEM) technology supports threat detection and security incident response through the real-time collection. Visit us at the Security Summit edition in Verona to hear from our team how to best identifying, gathering, monitoring and reporting security-related events in your software environment with NetEye.

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17. 09. 2019 Angelo Rosace NetEye

How To: Using the Elastic Watcher Feature to React to Failed Login Attempts (Part 2)

Our continued development of the Tornado event processing module has led to a new set of functionalities and capabilities. Among these is the possibility of altering host and service statuses as the result of a certain event. Let’s look at a typical use case for this feature. Suppose you want to trigger a webhook that…

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16. 09. 2019 NetEye Blog Admin NetEye

The Icinga Camp in Milan – See the agenda

The Icinga Camp is powering up for the first time in Italy. Most of the renowned names in IT monitoring projects, as well numerous Open Source experts will strive for software innovation at this unique event. So give your experience a boost! Last places are available, so register now to see these inspiring approaches and…

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03. 09. 2019 Massimo Giaimo Information Security Operations Center, NetEye, Security

NetEye SIEM: The Attacker’s Point of View

In our ethical hacking activities there are three different phases in which we clash with the themes of SIEM: PLANNING – The phase prior to the activity where we define the scope of engagement, be it for a Vulnerability Assessment, a Penetration Test or simulating a real attack CHALLENGE – The activity, corresponding to Vulnerability…

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03. 09. 2019 Luca Franzoi NetEye, NetEye Updates

Security Fix for NetEye 3.17

A vulnerability has been detected on the Nagios web interface. Attackers may exploit this vulnerability to gain access to sensitive information or crash the affected application, denying service to legitimate users. To guarantee the security of your system, we recommend applying last released patch: neteye-3.12.1-3.5.1p8.nagios.1.x86_64.rpm . Update your system using following commands: yum clean all…

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