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FOSDEM 2021 – Retrospective

FOSDEM 2021 has been an awesome event. For the first time in its history, the event was fully virtual with multiple parallel live streams. According to the infrastructure statistics, it had about 8,000 visitors of which about 5,000 were watching the live streams. A huge volunteering work has been necessary to make this event happen and ntop is immensely grateful to all those beautiful people who have donated their expertise and...

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Join FOSDEM 2021 ntop sessions, Sat-Sun Feb 6-7th (online)

We are proud to announce that a couple of talks have been accepted at FOSDEM 2021, one of the most important FOSS conferences in the world that this yar will take place online due to the pandemic. In the Network monitoring, discovery and inventory devroom we will give two presentations titled “Using nDPI for  Monitoring and Security” and  “ntopng network monitoring and discovery“. In addition, ntop has been given a virtual...

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Say Hello to ntopng 4.2: Flexible Alerting, Major Speedup, Scada, Cybersecurity

We are pleased to introduce ntopng 4.2 that introduces several new features and breakthroughs while consolidating the changes introduced with 4.0. The main goals of this release include Enhance and simplify how alerts are delivered to consumers Many internal components of ntopng have been rewritten in order to improve the overall ntopng performance, reduce system load, and capable of processing more data while reducing memory usage...

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Measuring nProbe ElasticSearch Flow Export Performance

nProbe (via its export plugin) supports ElasticSearch flows export. Setting up nProbe for the ElasticSearch export is a breeze, it just boils down to specifying option --elastic. For example, to export NetFlow flows collected on port 2058 (--collector-port 2058)  to an ElasticSearch cluster running on localhost port 9200, one can use the following nprobe -i none -n none --collector-port 2058 --elastic...

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Cento 1.6 Stable Just Released

After more than one year since the latest stable release, we are glad to announce cento 1.6-stable. This new release brings stability, fixes and several new features. Among the new features, it is worth mentioning that: Flows can be exported in a standardized JSON to text files. By default, a user cento runs and owns both the process and process files. This makes running cento more secure than using root. In addition, any user in the...