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Corero DDoS Analytics App for Splunk Enterprise

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Turn-Key DDoS Visibility and Analytics using Corero’s SmartWall Threat Defense System

The threat of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks is a growing problem for Internet-facing services. Visibility into these attacks is crucial for defending against them. However, extracting meaningful information from volumes of raw security events is also a big challenge. DDoS Analytics for Corero Smartwall leverages Splunk’s big data analytics and advanced visualization capabilities to transform sophisticated security event data into dashboards of actionable security intelligence. Use this app as a single pane of glass into the DDoS attacks and cyber threats targeting your Internet-facing services. The app’s real-time and historical dashboards provide never-before-seen visibility into your organization’s network and security activity for rapid response in combating the latest DDoS attacks and cyber threats.

Release Notes

Version 1.05.122
March 11, 2015

Enhancements in this Release:
• The Home screen has been enhanced with a succinct set of more actionable charts, including visibility into detected events
• The display of time has been enhanced in all time-based charts:
o The time resolution is automatically calculated for optimal display for the chosen time frame
o The user’s time zone is displayed for all time-based charts
• The Export to PCAP feature has been enhanced to allow downloading up to 50K events

Version 1.05.118
Feb. 6, 2015

New Features In V1.05.118
The analytics app now includes the Export tab for exporting PDU data to other applications, such as Wireshark for forensic analysis.

Issues Corrected in V1.05.118
- Time charts now are labeled with “Time,” and the time is displayed according to the timezone setting on the SecureWatch server.
- An error that caused the Top Known Blocked Clients chart to show zero events in the "# of events" column has been corrected.
- Autosearch of results now is disabled by default. Previously, results were searched automatically based on the content of the filters. Now, click the Submit button explicitly to initiate a search.
- The Top Source IP Addresses and Top Destination IP Addresses charts on the Top Charts page now display IPv6 addresses correctly.

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