[Dshield] Syslog realtime report builder

Hernandez, Moses MHernandez3 at mercymiami.org
Wed Mar 15 00:23:36 GMT 2006

  Have you look at Checkpoint Eventia? This will do Event Correlation
with your FW1/NG and other logging sources such as Syslog, windows, etc.
Additionally I don't know why I thought that some of the syslog
information can be pulled into tracker, maybe I am confusing this with
Eventia but it is worth a shot to a scrub of the Checkpoint
Knowledgebase, maybe I will look at it.

FWIW what I have used in the past for syslogging is not the most
grandiose or the best but it does a fair job and that is the kiwi syslog
daemon located @ http://www.kiwisyslog.com/

Moses Hernandez, CISSP

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Subject: [Dshield] Syslog realtime report builder

Good afternoon,

Thanks in advance.


Do any of you know of a quality syslog monitor than can 
format/display/filter events in real time (or reasonably similar to real


Actual situation:

We use Checkpoint FW1/NG.  I am a fan of their logging client, now 
called, "Smartview Tracker".  We also have a SonicWall 3060 + Viewpoint 
which provides real time syslog events, the same information but not so 
handily colored, or easily filtered or sorted.  I would like to monitor 
these events and have format applied to them and end up with the 
'scroll' I like so much from Checkpoint. Suggestions?

Thanks again,


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