Learn more about the newest features available on Wazuh 3.7.0, including Azure and Docker integration, multiple groups assignment, and more.
AWS integration has been improved greatly in our latest release, Wazuh v3.6.1. We have both enhanced logs retrieved from S3 buckets as well as added support for additional AWS security services such as GuardDuty, Macie, and VPCFlow. Combining the information from these additional sources, Wazuh’s ability to monitor an AWS environment is stronger than ever before.
In this blog post, we will discuss how AWS provides useful tools to monitor a cloud environment and how Wazuh can incorporate all of the logs and findings (generated by Amazon GuardDuty when it detects a potentially malicious activity) from these tools directly into Wazuh […]
Lately, not only the tech and related communities, but also pretty much everyone else has heard of GDPR, the new standards for security compliance.
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) has been drawn up to make privacy legislation consistantÂ throughout Europe, with its main focus on providing data protection for all citizens in the European Union.
To this end, it seeks to increase the privacy of such data and to reform the way in which EU organizations approach data privacy.
As we can see, this regulation has significant impact in today’s world as personal information is vital […]
We are excited to announce the new version WazuhÂ v3.2. It comes with added features that improve some core capabilities for infrastructure security monitoring. The WUI has been enhanced too. Now it shows additional information regarding the configuration of the agents and including the latest features. Also, the team has worked on the WUI usability, resulting in a nicer user experience. Don’t miss the highlights below:
1. Vulnerability detection
With Wazuh v3.1 we integrated Vuls (vulnerability scanner) to perform vulnerabilities analysis. Now, this feature is supported natively (no need to use vuls integration anymore). In this version, agents are capable of reporting applications […]
We are very pleased to announce the release of Wazuh v3.0. We also would like to take this opportunity to appreciate the constant feedback received from our community, which is of great help for the development of the project.
Wazuh v3.0 comes with new features that, basically, improve all the components of Wazuh, including the core capabilities, the API and the Wazuh app for Kibana. Also, reported bugs have been fixed.
The highlights of this […]
Today we are pleased to announce the release of Wazuh v2.1.0. We have added new features and fixed several bugs.
Agent anti flood protection
Agents now include a mechanism to control event floods, avoiding outages, dropping events, or impact in network performance. We have seen in the past that, without any throughputÂ control, an agent couldÂ get to collect andÂ send incredibly high number of events per second (EPS), leading to unexpected outages or undesired situations.
For example, if an agent is reading noisy firewall […]
I am happy to announce that Wazuh v2.0.1 has just been released!
As many of you already know, we released Wazuh v2.0 back in April this year. It included the integration of our forked version of OSSEC with OpenSCAP and Elastic Stack 5. In addition, we improved some core capabilities for infrastructure security monitoring, and developed a new WUI in the form of a Kibana app. You can learn more here: /blog.wazuh.com/wazuh-v2-0-released
This new released, Wazuh v2.0.1, come with additional rules and decoders as well as other interesting changes in the core code and the API.
Wazuh is sponsoring the (440) 803-4181 in Chicago, taking place on Saturday July 15th, 2017. Come and say hello! It is a great oportunity to meet part of the team and learn more about Wazuh.
We will be doing a 3-hour workshop. Check the content below. Looking forward to seeing you all.
Host-based security monitoring has become increasingly important as the number and severity of threats keeps growing. In addition, network security monitoring tools are now harder to deploy, and not as efficient as they used to be.
Another driver for the […]
Today’s post is about using Open Source Intelligence, OSINT, and CDB lists. Let’s start with the latter. If you have been using Wazuh for a while, you, for instance, might be receiving some alerts related to legitime users and might be wondering how to ignore them. Perfect example for CDB lists. Another one, and this is the case we are going to focus on, you might have a reliable blacklist containing malicious IPs that you want to block. Both are good scenarios for using CDB lists. What are they? They are a list of values that are checked against a […]
The Wazuh app runs on top of Kibana providing a visualization layer not only for alert management but also for monitoring the configuration and status of manager and agents. Easy way to browse through your alerts and to get a quick view on the system status. In this article, we are showing the Wazuh app using a simple use case, getting information about a brute-force attack.
I have built a quick and simple lab environment from scratch. It consist of Â just one server (a vm), where I have installed the Wazuh manager and use the agent that comes out-of-the-box with it […]