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analyzer-d4-passivedns is an analyzer for a D4 network sensor. The analyser can process data produced by D4 sensors (in passivedns CSV format (more to come)) and ingest these into a Passive DNS server which can be queried later to search for the Passive DNS records.
- A D4 analyzer which can be plugged to one or more D4 servers to get a stream of DNS records
- A compliant Passive DNS ReST server compliant to Common Output Format
- A flexible and simple analyser which can be configured to collect the required records from DNS records
- Python 3
- Redis >5.0
All the Python 3 code will be installed in a virtualenv (PDNSENV).
Start the redis server
Don't forget to set the DB directory in the redis.conf configuration. By default, the redis for Passive DNS is running on TCP port 6400
Start the Passive DNS COF server
. ./PDNSENV/bin/activate cd ./bin/ python3 ./pdns-cof-server.py
Configure and start the D4 analyzer
cd ./etc cp analyzer.conf.sample analyzer.conf
Edit the analyzer.conf to match the UUID of the analyzer queue from your D4 server.
[global] my-uuid = 6072e072-bfaa-4395-9bb1-cdb3b470d715 d4-server = 127.0.0.1:6380 # INFO|DEBUG logging-level = INFO
then you can start the analyzer which will fetch the data from the analyzer, parse it and populate the Passive DNS database.
. ./PDNSENV/bin/activate/ cd ./bin/ python3 pdns-ingestion.py
The software is free software/open source released under the GNU Affero General Public License version 3.