How often do you view your Event Viewer? - Page 4

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  • It's a very competent application

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    AO BOFH: Luser Abuser BModeratorFH gore's Avatar
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    Originally posted here by !mitationRust
    What did Lecter say about the first principles?
    Who cares he couldn't even pronounce Chianti right.

    I don't have event Viewer. I do however have all logs email to me each night so I can look them over. Nothing is sent unless it meets certain criteria.
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    Originally posted here by thehorse13
    You will not persuade me with appeals to my intellectual vanity.
    A red worm eats KSecDD in a cage, puts all of Heaven in a rage.

    gore, he was making fun of agent tornado bait.

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    I was making fun of Silence of the Lambs
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    Beneath the yellow folder, you'll find your latest rejection slip from the archives. It was brought to me by mistake with some of my archives mail. I'm afraid I opened it without looking. Sorry.

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    Originally posted here by Tedob1
    ric-o what syslog agent are you using? gfi has an app that looks rather good but its awful pricey for my budget, for right now anyway. im kinda thinking thay whatever TH13 is using is way outa range...is it TH?
    I'm using Snare Agent for Windows by Intersect Alliance http://www.intersectalliance.com/projects/SnareWindows/ - it's free They also make a Windows-based syslog server but we're running syslog on RedHat Linux ES.

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    im kinda thinking thay whatever TH13 is using is way outa range...is it TH?
    So, you'll be wanting lots of these little chinwags, I take it.

    EventReporter by Adiscon. Cheap as all hell. It sends all kinds of goodies from the event viewer logs in many formats to your syslog server. From there, we have in house written parsers (written and maintained by yours truly) which crawl for alerts.

    We also have a SIM product that costs more than my house that gives us a RT view of everything we collect. Guarded.net's NeuSecure.

    hrm, that comment is a little disingenuous thehorse13 . You are indeed viewing them, just not personally.
    Then by implication, you think you're smarter than I am...

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