ModSecurity console: purpose and deployment

Monday, 19 March 2007, 12:00 AM EST

If you have more then 1 ModSecurity installation, you have undoubtedly run into issues with consolidating, analyzing and responding to alert messages. Yes, you can always reconfigure Apache to send its access/error logs through Syslog onto a remote, central logging server however the data being forwarded is a very small subset of the entire transaction. It is only a warning message and not enough information to conduct proper incident response to determine if there was a false positive or if it was a legitimate attack.

At the Web Security blog.

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