Scirius – Suricata Ruleset Management Web Application


Scirius Community Edition is a web interface dedicated to Suricata ruleset management. It handles the rules file and update associated files.

Scirius - Suricata Ruleset Management Web Application

A Ruleset is made of components selected in different Sources. A Source is a set of files providing information to Suricata. For example, this can EmergingThreats ruleset.

To create a ruleset, you thus must create a set of Sources and then link them to the ruleset. Once this is done, you can select which elements of the source you want to use. For example, in the case of a signature ruleset, you can select which categories you want to use and which individual signature you want do disable.


Dependencies

Scirius CE is using the following Django modules:

  • tables2
  • south
  • bootstrap3
  • requests
  • revproxy

You can download Scirius here:

scirius-1.1.11.1.zip

Or read more here.

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