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Added by reza bahrami 2 months ago. Updated 20 days ago.

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Hello
1-Source-Windows Version Is the link below?
3-

Suricata (Development) version is 5.0.0-beta1; released April 30, 2019.

Linux/Mac/FreeBSD/UNIX/Windows Source: suricata-5.0.0-beta1.tar.gz

4-What is the programming language of this program?
5. What software can this program be edited?
6-How to get output after editing?
To install

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#1

Updated by reza bahrami 2 months ago

Hello
1-Source-Windows Version Is the link below?
3-

Suricata (Development) version is 5.0.0-beta1; released April 30, 2019.

Linux/Mac/FreeBSD/UNIX/Windows Source: suricata-5.0.0-beta1.tar.gz?????????

4-What is the programming language of this program?
5. What software can this program be edited?
6-How to get output after editing?
To install to windows

#2

Updated by Andreas Herz about 2 months ago

  • Priority changed from Immediate to Normal
  • Target version set to Support
  • Effort deleted (high)

That's no Immediate Priority.

You can build suricata by source with the code from https://github.com/OISF/suricata where you also see that it's mainly C and Rust.

Please be more precise with what you want to achieve.

#3

Updated by Andreas Herz about 2 months ago

  • Status changed from New to Feedback
#4

Updated by reza bahrami about 2 months ago

Andreas Herz wrote:

That's no Immediate Priority.

You can build suricata by source with the code from https://github.com/OISF/suricata where you also see that it's mainly C and Rust.

Please be more precise with what you want to achieve.

How to start software development؟
What software to use
To execute and get the output file??
please help

#5

Updated by Jeff Lucovsky about 2 months ago

We have a "Quick Start Guide" that should answer most of your questions:
https://redmine.openinfosecfoundation.org/projects/suricata/wiki/Quick_Start_Guide

This will help you with downloading, configuring, building, installing and running Suricata on our supported platforms.

The installation guide lists the platforms we support. We do support Windows and have qualified Suricata on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008R2 and Windows Server 2012 64 bit.

Suricata is written in C and Rust. Programming knowledge of these languages is not required unless you plan to extend Suricata's functionality.

#6

Updated by reza bahrami about 2 months ago

Jeff Lucovsky wrote:

We have a "Quick Start Guide" that should answer most of your questions:
https://redmine.openinfosecfoundation.org/projects/suricata/wiki/Quick_Start_Guide

This will help you with downloading, configuring, building, installing and running Suricata on our supported platforms.

The installation guide lists the platforms we support. We do support Windows and have qualified Suricata on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008R2 and Windows Server 2012 64 bit.

Suricata is written in C and Rust. Programming knowledge of these languages is not required unless you plan to extend Suricata's functionality.


*Does Suricata run only with the console?
How to use it graphically in Windows?
And it can be changed to open source

*I for university project
I have to run graphically and change the language of the program
And improve a little

#7

Updated by Andreas Herz about 2 months ago

It's already open source and no there is no GUI for it.

Can you give us more details about the university project?

Running it with a GUI and also changing the language doesn't make much sense

#8

Updated by reza bahrami about 2 months ago

Andreas Herz wrote:

It's already open source and no there is no GUI for it.

Can you give us more details about the university project?

Running it with a GUI and also changing the language doesn't make much sense

I want an open source graphical intrusion detection system
That's for installing just one file
exe
or
msi
OK
And before that it's Open Source and I can make some changes
what is your suggestion?
Is there such a system?
Or say a solution to get to that conclusion
Thanks, please help me

#9

Updated by Andreas Herz about 2 months ago

Without more details about what the reasons for the GUI are or what it should provide it's hard to help you. Suricata is open source, you can run in via the CLI and learn more about it and afterwards think about what a GUI might look like.

#10

Updated by Victor Julien 20 days ago

  • Status changed from Feedback to Closed

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