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Introducing nProbe 9.4: New Platforms Support and Product Editions

This is to announce nProbe 9.4 stable that is an incremental update of 9.2 released last fall. The goal of this maintenance release is to pave the way to pervasive embedded systems support as we now support OPNsense/pfSense/FreeBSD Soon we’ll make a separate announcement as soon as more ntop packages will be available for these platforms. Ubiquity EdgeRouter X Read this blog post for learning more about sub 100$ Ubiquity-based...

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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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Introducing nProbe Cento 1.12: Combining Visibility and Cybersecurity at 100 Gbit

This is to announce the released of cento 1.12 that is a maintenance release for ntop’s 100 Gbit probe. In this version we have integrated support of the latest nDPI features to combine processing speed with latest innovations in application detection an cybersecurity. Cento’s JSON output has been greatly enhanced and it includes all the nDPI-dissected information by streaming JSON-based data to Kafka or ElasticSearch/Syslog...

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Released nDPI 3.4: increased detection speed, statistical analysis, fuzzing, cybersecurity

This is to announce the release of nDPI 3.4 that is a major step ahead with respect to 3.2: Detection speed has been greatly optimised Many new functions for statistical protocol analysis have been introduced. This is to expand nDPI into traffic analysis beyond simple flow-based analysis. Fuzzing and code analysis (credits to catenacyber and lnslbrty) made nDPI more stable and robust than ever Completely rewritten QUIC dissector...