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Zeek - A Powerful Network Analysis Framework That Is Much Different From The Typical IDS You May Know


A powerful framework for network  traffic analysis and security monitoring.
Key Features —  Documentation —  Getting Started —  Development —  License
Follow us on Twitter at @zeekurity.

Key Features
  •   In-depth Analysis  Zeek ships with analyzers for many protocols, enabling high-level semantic  analysis at the application layer.
     
  •   Adaptable and Flexible  Zeek's domain-specific scripting language enables site-specific monitoring  policies and means that it is not restricted to any particular detection  approach.
     
  •   Efficient  Zeek targets high-performance networks and is used operationally at a variety  of large sites.
     
  •   Highly Stateful  Zeek keeps extensive application-layer state about the network it monitors  and provides a high-level archive of a network's activity.

Getting Started
The best place to find information about getting started with Zeek is  our web site www.zeek.org, specifically the  documentation section  there. On the web site you can also find downloads for stable  releases, tutorials on getting Zeek set up, and many other useful  resources.
You can find release notes in NEWS,  and a complete record of all changes in CHANGES.
To work with the most recent code from the development branch of Zeek,  clone the master git repository:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/zeek/zeek
With all dependencies  in place, build and install:
./configure && make && sudo make install
Write your first Zeek script:
# File "hello.zeek"

event zeek_init()
    {
    print "Hello World!";
    }
And run it:
zeek hello.zeek
For learning more about the Zeek scripting  language, try.zeek.org is a great resource.

Development
Zeek is developed on GitHub by its community. We welcome  contributions. Working on an open source project like Zeek can be an  incredibly rewarding experience and, packet by packet, makes the  Internet a little safer. Today, as a result of countless  contributions, Zeek is used operationally around the world by major  companies and educational and scientific institutions alike for  securing their cyber infrastructure.
If you're interested in getting involved, we collect feature requests  and issues on GitHub here and  you might find  these  to be a good place to get started. More information on Zeek's  development can be found  here, and information  about its community and mailing lists (which are fairly active) can be  found here.



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Ruggero Respigo , dottore commercialista a Milano, svolge dal 1979 l’attività di  Libero Professionista e Consulente aziendale per le maggiori aziende italiane ed estere. https://www.ruggerorespigo.it

 

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