Security Analytics Universal Connector
Security Analytics Universal Connector installs in seconds into Mozilla Firefox and is simple to use. Simply open the Universal Connector sidebar in your web browser and click on any highlighted source or destination address to add it to the Security Analytics Platform search list. When you are ready, set the desired timeframe and click the Investigate button to jump to Security Analytics and instantly focus on the network activity you want to investigate.
Security Analytics Universal Connector for Firefox is supported on Mozilla Firefox 3.6 and above. Universal Connector finds IP addresses and port information encoded in any HTML or text-based page including web pages, log files, or simple text files.
Universal Connector Integrations With Common Applications
Cisco VPN Manager
Cisco VPN manager manages secure remote network connections to any Cisco VPN device. VPN manager logs contain connection information about who connected to the network, how often, how much data was transferred, and at what time. During a regular log file audit, if the security administrator finds something suspicious, Universal Connector allows them to quickly and easily investigate the activity in Security Analytics.
Seeing excessive load on your webservers to or from a particular set of IP addresses? With Universal Connector, you can jump right from your server connection logs into Security Analytics and review exactly what transpired in those web sessions. With access to the full set of data and the ability to recreate those sessions data leakage and other malicious activity can be quickly pinpointed and stopped.
DNS Server logs
DNS server cache poisoning is a common way to attack organizations by redirecting their legitimate traffic to illegitimate sites. Unusual activity recorded in DNS server logs can be an indication that such an attack is occurring. With Universal Connector, the actual DNS traffic can be efficiently reviewed with the click of a button to check for malicious redirection.