PL - MongoDB Mon SYN, tu l'aimes et tu l'acquittes en-us Fri, 12 Sep 2014 00:00:00 +0200 <![CDATA[(Active) network recon with IVRE]]> (Active) network recon with IVRE

Let’s see how to use IVRE to dig some Nmap scan results.

I’ll assume you have (successfully) installed Docker and followed the instructions in the IVRE documentation about Docker.

You should now have two running containers (ivredb and ivreweb) and one ready to run (ivreclient). The database has been initialized from the client (the --init commands in the documentation).


Fri, 12 Sep 2014 00:00:00 +0200 <![CDATA[IVRE v0.9.14 release]]> IVRE v0.9.14 release

IVRE version 0.9.14 has just been released (three months after version 0.9.13), and is available on Github, PyPI and AUR.


The most notable changes since version 0.9.13 include:

  • Support for the MongoDB backend in flow (Vincent Ruello); the Neo4j backend is now deprecated and will be dropped in a near future.
  • Support for an experimental Elasticsearch backend in view (Angélique Baille); while it is far from comprehensive for now, it is enough to store view data in an Elasticsearch database and access if from other Elasticsearch-based tools, such as Kibana (the documentation already has a section IVRE with Kibana covering this; see also the screenshots).
  • IPv6 support in DNS blacklist answers (Olivier Croquin).


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