Firewall logs to MySQL

This article covers quick and easy firewall logging to your database.

Security is a journey, not a destination. One good step along the way is to review and analyze your firewall logs and syslog messages on a regular basis. Unfortunately, the plain text logs produced by syslog are not in a form that is easily analyzed. Also, unless you are using syslog-ng, your firewall logs are probably scattered all over the various system message log files.

This article will show you how to move your firewall logs from syslog text files to a MySQL database in 10 minutes or so. read more…

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