Monday, December 31, 2018

securityonion-suricata - 4.1.2-1ubuntu1securityonion2 now available for Security Onion!

We recently released our Suricata 4.1.2 package:
https://blog.securityonion.net/2018/12/suricata-412-now-available-for-security.html

This package was missing a minor build dependency.  This has been corrected and the following package is now available:
securityonion-suricata - 4.1.2-1ubuntu1securityonion2

This package should resolve the following issue:

securityonion-suricata: new dependency python-yaml #1407
https://github.com/Security-Onion-Solutions/security-onion/issues/1407

Suricata 4.1.2

Thanks
Thanks to the Suricata team for Suricata 4.1.2!
Thanks to Wes Lambert for testing!

Updating
Please see the following page for full update instructions:
https://securityonion.net/wiki/Upgrade

Training
We have 4-day Security Onion training classes coming up in San Antonio, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia!  If you can't make it to either of these onsite classes, we have a new online training platform!  For more information and other training options, please see:
https://securityonionsolutions.com

Appliances
We now offer hardware appliances!  For more information, please see:
https://blog.securityonion.net/2018/10/introducing-security-onion-solutions.html

Support
Need support?  Please see:
https://securityonion.net/wiki/Support

Thanks!

Thursday, December 27, 2018

securityonion-setup - 20120912-0ubuntu0securityonion281 now available for Security Onion!

securityonion-setup - 20120912-0ubuntu0securityonion281 is now available and should resolve the following issues:

Setup: Prevent ES ports from being allocated for snort_agent #1397
https://github.com/Security-Onion-Solutions/security-onion/issues/1397

Setup: update sosetup-storage.conf to align with new storage node config #1395
https://github.com/Security-Onion-Solutions/security-onion/issues/1395

Thanks
Thanks to Kevin Branch for the pull request!
Thanks to Wes Lambert for testing this package!

Updating
Please see the following page for full update instructions:
https://securityonion.net/wiki/Upgrade

Training
We have 4-day Security Onion training classes coming up in San Antonio, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia!  If you can't make it to either of these onsite classes, we have a new online training platform!  For more information and other training options, please see:
https://securityonionsolutions.com

Appliances
We now offer hardware appliances!  For more information, please see:
https://blog.securityonion.net/2018/10/introducing-security-onion-solutions.html

Support
Need support?  Please see:
https://securityonion.net/wiki/Support

Thanks!

Suricata 4.1.2 now available for Security Onion!

Suricata 4.1.2 was released recently:
https://suricata-ids.org/2018/12/21/suricata-4-1-2-released/

We've packaged Suricata 4.1.2 and the following package is now available:
securityonion-suricata - 4.1.2-1ubuntu1securityonion1

This package should resolve the following issue:

Issue 1398: Suricata 4.1.2
https://github.com/Security-Onion-Solutions/security-onion/issues/1398

Suricata 4.1.2
Thanks
Thanks to the Suricata team for Suricata 4.1.2!
Thanks to Wes Lambert for testing!

Updating
Please see the following page for full update instructions:
https://securityonion.net/wiki/Upgrade

Training
We have 4-day Security Onion training classes coming up in San Antonio, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia!  If you can't make it to either of these onsite classes, we have a new online training platform!  For more information and other training options, please see:
https://securityonionsolutions.com

Appliances
We now offer hardware appliances!  For more information, please see:
https://blog.securityonion.net/2018/10/introducing-security-onion-solutions.html

Support
Need support?  Please see:
https://securityonion.net/wiki/Support

Thanks!

Monday, December 17, 2018

Security Onion 16.04.5.5 now available featuring CyberChef 8.12.3, Elastic 6.5.2, Wazuh 3.7.1, and more!

Security Onion 16.04.5.5 is now available!



Release Notes
For more information about this release, please see:
https://github.com/Security-Onion-Solutions/security-onion/wiki/16.04.5.5

Installation Guide
We've updated the Installation guide to reflect the download locations for the new ISO image:
https://github.com/Security-Onion-Solutions/security-onion/wiki/Installation

Existing Deployments
If you have existing 16.04 installations, there is no need to download the new ISO image.  You can simply continue using our standard update process to install updated packages as they are made available:
https://github.com/Security-Onion-Solutions/security-onion/wiki/Upgrade

If you have existing installations of Security Onion 14.04, you can upgrade from 14.04 to 16.04:
https://github.com/Security-Onion-Solutions/security-onion/wiki/Upgrading-from-14.04-to-16.04

Thanks
Thanks to Wes Lambert for testing this new ISO image!

Training
We have 4-day Security Onion training classes coming up in San Antonio, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia!  If you can't make it to either of these onsite classes, we have a new online training platform!  For more information and other training options, please see:
https://securityonionsolutions.com

Appliances
We now offer hardware appliances!  For more information, please see:
https://blog.securityonion.net/2018/10/introducing-security-onion-solutions.html

Support
Need support?  Please see:
https://securityonion.net/wiki/Support

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ISO Boot Menu

Once the Live Desktop appears, double-click the Install icon

Once you've completed the installer and rebooted, you are prompted to enter the credentials you created in the installer

After logging in, you are prompted to run Setup

Setup Wizard

Configure network interfaces, reboot, then log back in

You are then prompted to run Setup again to continue to the second phase of Setup 
Skip network configuration to go to service configuration


Evaluation Mode vs Production Mode

Monitoring Interface Selection

Create username

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Desktop no longer prompts you to run Setup

/usr/sbin/so-* scripts

CyberChef 8.12.3

Single Sign On (SSO) for Squert, CaMe, and Kibana

Reviewing IDS alerts using Squert

Retrieving full packet capture via CapMe

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If you want to change from dark dashboards to light, you can run so-elastic-configure-kibana-dashboards-light

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If you want to switch from light dashboards to dark, you can run so-elastic-configure-kibana-dashboards

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