Monthly Archives: September 2017

Setup/Configure OPNsense router in AWS VPC

For the longest time I was under the assumption a router in an AWS VPC could only have one NIC. Writing IPtables/firewall rules for one interface can be tedious!!! However, I have discovered how to setup OPSense in an AWS VPC with multiple NICs. That is right, you will have a WAN NIC(public subnet) and a NIC for each private subnet.

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Install/Setup Wazuh 2.0, ELK 5.0, and client deployment

Visualize, analyze and search your host IDS alerts. Elastic Stack is the combination of three popular Open Source projects for log management, known as Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana(ELK). Together they provide a real-time and user-friendly console for your OSSEC alerts. OSSEC Wazuh integration with Elastic Stack comes with out-of-the-box dashboards for PCI DSS compliance and CIS benchmarks. You can do forensic and historical analysis of OSSEC alerts and store your data for several years, in a reliable and scalable platform. This post is updating a pervious post of mine using Wazuh 1.0 and version 2.0 of the ELK stack. This post will contain a general setup and configuration for a central logging server.

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