logs-ranking is a simple Perl script to add BGP security ranking for each IP address seen. The purpose is to ease network security analysis by providing a weight to each log entry especially when you have large dataset.
logs-ranking queries two Whois interface:
- RIPE RIS interface
- CIRCL BGP Ranking interface.
logs-ranking is currently supporting Apache common/combined logs format.
cat ../logs/www.foo.be-access.log| perl logs-ranking.pl -f apache >www.foo.be-access.log-ranked
After gathering the BGP security ranking for your logs, it will be prepended to the log files with the following format:
ASN,BGP ranking value in float,original line
So you can use whatever tools to sort, merge, cut the ranked logs. For example, you can use sort to sort with the higher score value:
sort -r -g -t"," -k2 www.foo.be-access.log-ranked
- A recent version of Perl
Copyright (C) 2011 Alexandre Dulaunoy
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