RE: Log Files

No thank you!  I really value all the help that you give me and others
on this list!

Joseph

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From: Thomas W Shinder [mailto:tshinder@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, December 17, 2003 7:18 PM
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Hi Joseph,
 
Great!
Thanks!
Tom

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From: cismic [mailto:cismic@xxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, December 17, 2003 3:07 PM
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Hi All,
 
Log files are not only important to identifying visits to a site but to
help identify weather or not you have malicious activity going on. I'm
not a firm believer in writing directly to an ODBC db source from within
ISA and have created scripts to assist me with importing scripts into my
db.  I've been working on these tasks for 2 years now.  Learning a lot
about ISA in the process.
 
Script 1:  Moves the log files to another location daily that's if you
haven't setup a location different then the defaults and
               set them up to use appropriate security access.
 
Script 2:  Imports the Web Proxy Logs
 
Script 3:  Imports the Firewall Logs
 
Script 4:  Imports the packet filter logs
 
Script 5:  Process the event logs,( System, Security and Application)
then imports into the Db
 
Script 6:  Imports Exchange server logs
 
Script 7: Imports FTP Logs
 
Script 8: Imports RRAS information
 
Ok, you say, where are these wonderful scripts??  Well, I will send them
To Jim Harrison for posting on his site on Christmas Eve at least that's
what William would like for Christmas.  And they will be available on my
site http://www.stat-sphere.com after I get the rewrite and 
new graphics done before the end of the year.  I have my hands full!
 
Scripts by the way is just half the battle.  I have SQL functions that
parse the data into daily, weekly, monthly and yearly process. Hits by
browser, country, user agents etc.  If any of your are running IIS 5.0
or IIS 6.0, I plan on releasing a version of http://www.stat-sphere.com
code where you can plug in the various modules that I've been working on
the past 2 years.  
 
Thank you,
 
Joseph
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