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+#############################################################
+#===========================================================#
+# Simple Python IIS Log Parser (SPILP) -- Python3.2 -- #
+#===========================================================#
+#############################################################
+# Copyright 2011, Tihomir Kit (kittihomir@gmail.com)
+# spilp is distributed under the terms of GNU General Public License v3
+# A copy of GNU GPL v3 license can be found in LICENSE.txt or at http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html
+#
+# SPILP config file ==>> spilpconfig.py
+# last modification - 12/09/11
+
+from collections import defaultdict
+from itertools import filterfalse
+from time import gmtime, strftime, mktime
+from spilpconfig import *
+import operator
+import pygeoip
+import sqlite3
+import shutil
+import codecs
+import socket
+import os
+import re
+
+
+# ---- dump the data into a file ---- #
+def dumpToFile(file_name, data_dump):
+ file_name = "generated_reports/" + file_name
+ data_file = open(file_name, 'w')
+ data_file.write(str(data_dump))
+ data_file.close()
+
+
+# ---- remove leftover temp files and folders ---- #
+def cleanUp():
+ if os.path.exists("__pycache__"):
+ shutil.rmtree("__pycache__")
+ if os.path.exists(".tempdb"):
+ os.remove(".tempdb")
+
+
+# ---- add dates and extension to filenames ---- #
+def setFileName(file_name):
+ date = gmtime()
+ file_name += strftime("_%y%m%d", date) + ".txt"
+ return file_name
+
+
+# ---- if filtering is turned on, initialize filter ---- #
+def initializeFilters():
+ global country_filter
+ filter = []
+
+ # converts the filter file into a list for later use
+ if CHECK_PARSING_FILTER:
+ with open(PARSING_FILTER_FILE_NAME, 'r', encoding='utf-8', errors='ignore') as filter_lines:
+ for line in filter_lines:
+ line = line.strip()
+
+ # if there is an IP range in FILTERS.txt, generate the list and append it
+ if line.startswith("$$.ip_range"):
+ ips = re.findall(r'[0-9]+(?:\.[0-9]+){3}', line)
+ ip_range = ipRange(ips[0], ips[1])
+ for ip in ip_range:
+ filter.append(ip)
+ continue
+
+ filter.append(line)
+
+ return filter
+
+
+# ---- generates a list of IP addresses based on given range ---- #
+def ipRange(start_ip, end_ip):
+ start = list(map(int, start_ip.split(".")))
+ end = list(map(int, end_ip.split(".")))
+ temp = start
+ ip_range = []
+
+ # increments leading IP octets on overflow
+ ip_range.append(start_ip)
+ while temp != end:
+ start[3] += 1
+ for i in (3, 2, 1):
+ if temp[i] == 256:
+ temp[i] = 0
+ temp[i-1] += 1
+ ip_range.append(".".join(map(str, temp)))
+
+ return ip_range
+
+
+# ---- return short HTTP status code description ---- #
+def httpCodeDescription(sc_status):
+ result = "HTTP Code " + str(sc_status) + " ("
+
+ # dictionary of HTTP status codes
+ codes = {
+ '200': "OK",
+ '206': "Partial content",
+ '301': "Moved permanently",
+ '302': "Found",
+ '304': "Not modified",
+ '400': "Bad request",
+ '401': "Unauthorized",
+ '403': "Forbidden",
+ '404': "Not found",
+ '405': "Method not allowed",
+ '406': "Not acceptable",
+ '416': "Requested range not satisfiable",
+ '500': "Internal server error",
+ '501': "Not implemented",
+ '502': "Bad gateway",
+ '503': "Service unavailable",
+ '505': "HTTP version not supported"
+ }
+
+ if sc_status in codes:
+ result += codes[sc_status] + ")"
+ else:
+ result += "NO HTTP STATUS CODE DESCRIPTION - check the code meaning on the Internet)"
+
+ return result
+
+
+# ---- get hit counts per client IP ---- #
+def hitsPerIp(file_name):
+ file_name = setFileName(file_name)
+ file_output = ""
+ i = 1
+
+ print("::\n:: Preparing", file_name)
+ file_output += "Number of hits made per IP (sorted)\n\n"
+
+ # sorts by IP hit counts
+ for c_ip, count in sorted(ip_count.items(), key=operator.itemgetter(1), reverse=True):
+ country_name = gio.country_name_by_addr(c_ip)
+ if country_name == "":
+ country_name = "-"
+ file_output = file_output + str(i) + ". (" + str(count) + " hits) --- " + str(c_ip) + " (" + country_name + ")\n"
+ i += 1
+
+ dumpToFile(file_name, file_output)
+ print(":: => report dumped")
+
+
+# ---- get hit counts for "close" IP addresses ---- #
+def closeIps(file_name, CLOSE_IP_TRESHOLD):
+ file_name = setFileName(file_name)
+ file_output = ""
+ i = 1
+
+ print("::\n:: Preparing", file_name)
+ file_output += "Close IP addresses (with more than " + str(CLOSE_IP_TRESHOLD) + " hits per IP)\n\n"
+
+ # sorts by IP, so 'close' IP's could be identified
+ for c_ip, count in sorted(ip_count.items(), key=lambda item: socket.inet_aton(item[0])):
+ # if less hits than CLOSE_IP_TRESHOLD (per IP address), then gtfo
+ if count > CLOSE_IP_TRESHOLD:
+ country_name = gio.country_name_by_addr(c_ip)
+ if country_name == "":
+ country_name = "-"
+ file_output = file_output + str(i) + ". (" + str(count) + " hits) --- " + str(c_ip) + " (" + country_name + ")\n"
+ i += 1
+
+ dumpToFile(file_name, file_output)
+ print(":: => report dumped")
+
+
+# ---- get agent counts ---- #
+def agentHits(file_name):
+ file_name = setFileName(file_name)
+ file_output = ""
+ i = 1
+
+ print("::\n:: Preparing", file_name)
+ file_output += "Agent hits\n\n"
+
+ # sorts agents by counts (descending)
+ for cs_user_agent, count in sorted(agent_count.items(), key=operator.itemgetter(1), reverse=True):
+ file_output += str(i) + ". (" + str(count) + " hits) --- " + str(cs_user_agent) + "\n"
+ i += 1
+
+ dumpToFile(file_name, file_output)
+ print(":: => report dumped")
+
+
+# ---- get cs-methods ---- #
+def methodHits(file_name):
+ file_name = setFileName(file_name)
+ file_output = ""
+ i = 1
+
+ print("::\n:: Preparing", file_name)
+ file_output += "CS-Method hits"
+
+ # sorts methods by counts
+ for method, count in sorted(hits_by_method.items(), key=operator.itemgetter(1), reverse=True):
+ # skips the GET method
+ if method == "GET":
+ continue
+
+ file_output += "\n\n" + str(i) + ". Method: " + str(method) + "\n:: " + str(count) + " hits\n\n"
+ i += 1
+
+ # filters db data and outputs rows
+ rows = db_cursor.execute("SELECT date, time, c_ip, cs_method, s_port, cs_uri_stem, cs_user_agent, sc_status FROM hits_by_extension_table WHERE cs_method = '" + method + "'")
+ for row in rows:
+ file_output += " "
+ for element in row:
+ file_output += str(element) + " "
+ file_output += "\n"
+
+ dumpToFile(file_name, file_output)
+ print(":: => report dumped")
+
+
+# ---- get hit counts by status ---- #
+def statusHits(file_name):
+ file_name = setFileName(file_name)
+ status_ip_count = defaultdict(int)
+ status_uri_count = defaultdict(int)
+ file_output = ""
+ i = 1
+
+ print("::\n:: Preparing", file_name)
+ file_output += "Number of hits by HTTP status code\nDetailed output for -> " + str(STATUS_CODES_TO_CHECK) + "\n\n"
+
+ # sorts HTTP status codes
+ for sc_status, code_count in sorted(hits_by_status_count.items(), key=operator.itemgetter(1), reverse=True):
+ file_output += "\n" + str(i) + ". " + httpCodeDescription(sc_status) + "\n:: " + str(code_count) + " hits\n"
+
+ # proceed if HTTP status code is in STATUS_CODES_TO_CHECK
+ if sc_status in STATUS_CODES_TO_CHECK:
+ status_ip_rows = db_cursor.execute("SELECT c_ip FROM hits_by_extension_table WHERE sc_status = '" + sc_status + "'")
+ status_ip_count.clear()
+ for ip_status in status_ip_rows:
+ status_ip_count[ip_status[0]] += 1 #count by IP
+
+ event_count = 0
+ # sorts hits by IP addresses
+ for c_ip, ip_count in sorted(status_ip_count.items(), key=operator.itemgetter(1), reverse=True):
+ event_count += 1
+ if (event_count >= STATUS_CODES_EVENT_COUNT_TRESHOLD or ip_count < STATUS_CODES_IP_COUNT_TRESHOLD) and code_count >= STATUS_CODES_CODE_COUNT_TRESHOLD:
+ break
+ file_output += "\n " + str(c_ip) + " (" + gio.country_name_by_addr(c_ip) + ") --- " + str(ip_count) + " hits\n"
+
+ status_uri_rows = db_cursor.execute("SELECT cs_uri_stem FROM hits_by_extension_table WHERE sc_status = '" + sc_status + "' AND c_ip ='" + c_ip + "'")
+ status_uri_count.clear()
+ for uri_status in status_uri_rows:
+ status_uri_count[uri_status[0]] += 1 #count by URI
+
+ uri_count_check = 0
+ # sorts hits by URI
+ for cs_uri_stem, uri_count in sorted(status_uri_count.items(), key=operator.itemgetter(1), reverse=True):
+ file_output += " " + str(cs_uri_stem) + " --- " + str(uri_count) + " hits\n"
+ uri_count_check += 1
+ if uri_count_check >= STATUS_CODES_URI_COUNT_TRESHOLD:
+ break
+ file_output += "\n"
+ else:
+ file_output += "\n No detailed output for events of this status code because the status is not listed in STATUS_CODES_TO_CHECK option in spilpconfig.py\n\n"
+ i += 1
+
+ dumpToFile(file_name, file_output)
+ print(":: => report dumped")
+
+
+# ---- get hit counts per file ---- #
+def hitsByExtension(file_name, extensions_to_check, limit):
+ file_name_extended = setFileName(file_name + "Extended")
+ file_name = setFileName(file_name)
+ file_output_extended = ""
+ file_output = ""
+ i = 0
+
+ # fetch the data from sqlite db, and convert it from an iterator to a list
+ db_rows = db_cursor.execute("SELECT * FROM hits_by_extension_table")
+ db_rows = list(db_rows)
+
+ print("::\n:: Preparing", file_name, "\n:: Extensions to check - {0}".format(extensions_to_check))
+ file_output += "Number of times files have been hit (sorted)\n\n"
+ file_output_extended += "Number of times files have been hit (sorted and extended with additional information)\n"
+ file_output_extended += "Detailed output for -> " + str(extensions_to_check) + "\n"
+ file_output_extended += "Output format: DATE TIME CLIENT_IP METHOD PORT AGENT STATUS_CODE\n\n"
+
+ # sort by hits (groups by file extensions)
+ for cs_uri_stem, count in sorted(hits_by_extension_count.items(), key=operator.itemgetter(1), reverse=True):
+ if cs_uri_stem.endswith(extensions_to_check):
+ full_path = str(cs_uri_stem.encode('utf-8', 'backslashreplace'))[2:-1]
+ file_output += str(i + 1) + ". (" + str(count) + " hits) --- " + full_path + "\n"
+
+ #time_bla = gmtime()
+ #print(strftime("%H:%M:%S", time_bla), full_path.encode('utf-8', 'backslashreplace'))
+
+ # more detailed file output
+ file_output_extended += str(i + 1) + ". (" + str(count) + " hits) --- " + full_path + "\n\n"
+ for row in db_rows:
+ if row[5] == full_path:
+ file_output_extended += " "
+ for element in row:
+ if element != full_path:
+ file_output_extended += element + " "
+ file_output_extended += "\n"
+ file_output_extended += "\n\n"
+
+ # stop iterating at output_line_limit
+ i += 1
+ if i == limit:
+ break
+
+ dumpToFile(file_name, file_output)
+ dumpToFile(file_name_extended, file_output_extended)
+ print(":: => report dumped")
+
+
+# ---- split each logline into multiple variables, populate dictionaries and db ---- #
+def splitLogline(log_line):
+ # IIS log fields layout
+ date, time, s_sitename, s_ip, cs_method, cs_uri_stem, cs_uri_query, s_port, cs_username, c_ip, cs_user_agent, sc_status, sc_substatus, sc_win32_status = log_line.split(" ")
+
+ # filter by country
+ if CHECK_COUNTRY:
+ if COUNTRY_TO_CHECK != gio.country_name_by_addr(c_ip):
+ return
+
+ # populating dictionaries and sqlite3 db
+ ip_count[c_ip] += 1
+ agent_count[cs_user_agent] += 1
+ hits_by_method[cs_method] += 1
+ hits_by_status_count[sc_status] += 1
+ hits_by_extension_count[cs_uri_stem] += 1
+
+ db_cursor.execute(
+ "INSERT INTO hits_by_extension_table(date, time, c_ip, cs_method, s_port, cs_uri_stem, cs_user_agent, sc_status) VALUES (?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?)",
+ (date, time, c_ip, cs_method, s_port, cs_uri_stem, cs_user_agent, sc_status)
+ )
+
+
+# ---- fetch log files from current folder and its 1st level subfolders ---- #
+def fetchData(folder_name):
+ global total_events
+
+ # look for folders in current folder
+ print("\n\nENTERING FOLDER: ", end="")
+ if folder_name == "":
+ print(os.getcwd())
+ folder_name = "."
+ else:
+ print("{0}\{1}".format(os.getcwd(), folder_name))
+
+ # for each log file found, filter data and populate dicts and db
+ for file_name in os.listdir(folder_name):
+ if ".log" in file_name:
+ print("::\n:: Gathering data from", file_name)
+ file_path = folder_name + "/" + file_name
+
+ with open(file_path, 'r', encoding='utf-8', errors='ignore') as log_lines:
+ # skip the log line if it does not contain one of the values from PARSING_FILTER
+ if CHECK_PARSING_FILTER:
+ # exclusion filter turned on
+ if PARSING_FILTER_INCLUDE_EXCLUDE_SWITCH == 0:
+ for log_line in filterfalse(lambda log_line: log_line.startswith("#"), log_lines):
+ if any(filter in log_line for filter in parsing_filter):
+ continue
+ else:
+ splitLogline(log_line)
+ total_events += 1
+ # inclusion filter turned on
+ elif PARSING_FILTER_INCLUDE_EXCLUDE_SWITCH == 1:
+ for log_line in filterfalse(lambda log_line: log_line.startswith("#"), log_lines):
+ if any(filter in log_line for filter in parsing_filter):
+ splitLogline(log_line)
+ total_events += 1
+ else:
+ for log_line in filterfalse(lambda log_line: log_line.startswith("#"), log_lines):
+ splitLogline(log_line)
+ total_events += 1
+
+ db_connection.commit()
+ print(":: => done.")
+ print("::\n:: exiting folder...")
+
+
+
+############################################################
+### ----------------------- MAIN ----------------------- ###
+############################################################
+time_start = gmtime()
+print("\n\nJob started at", strftime("%H:%M:%S", time_start))
+
+# check/create a directory for dumping reports
+if not os.path.exists("generated_reports"):
+ os.makedirs("generated_reports")
+
+# initialize vars
+parsing_filter = initializeFilters()
+gio = pygeoip.GeoIP("GeoIP.dat")
+hits_by_extension_list = []
+log_lines = []
+folder_name = ""
+total_events = 0
+
+# initialize sqlite DB
+db_connection = sqlite3.connect(DB_STORAGE)
+db_cursor = db_connection.cursor()
+db_cursor.execute("CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS hits_by_extension_table(date, time, c_ip, cs_method, s_port, cs_uri_stem, cs_user_agent, sc_status)")
+db_connection.commit()
+
+# initialize empty defaultdicts
+ip_count = defaultdict(int)
+agent_count = defaultdict(int)
+hits_by_method = defaultdict(int)
+hits_by_status_count = defaultdict(int)
+hits_by_extension_count = defaultdict(int)
+
+# split raw log data (events) through multiple variables
+fetchData(folder_name)
+for folder_name in os.listdir():
+ if os.path.isdir(folder_name):
+ fetchData(folder_name)
+
+# dumping time! :D
+print("\n\nPROCESSING", total_events, "log events...")
+closeIps("closeIps", CLOSE_IP_TRESHOLD) if CHECK_CLOSE_IPS else 0
+hitsPerIp("hitsPerIp") if CHECK_HITS_PER_IP else 0
+statusHits("hitsByStatus") if CHECK_STATUS_CODES_HITS else 0
+hitsByExtension("documentDownloads", DPTF_TYPES_TO_CHECK, DPTF_LINES_OUTPUT_LIMIT) if CHECK_HITS_PER_TEXT_FILE else 0
+hitsByExtension("webFilesHits", DPWF_TYPES_TO_CHECK, DPWF_LINES_OUTPUT_LIMIT) if CHECK_HITS_PER_WEB_FILE else 0
+agentHits("agentHits") if CHECK_AGENTS else 0
+methodHits("methodHits") if CHECK_METHODS else 0
+
+db_connection.close()
+cleanUp()
+
+time_stop = gmtime()
+time_diff_seconds = mktime(time_stop) - mktime(time_start)
+time_diff_minutes = time_diff_seconds / 60
+print("::\n:: done...\n\n\nTime elapsed: {0:0.1f} minutes ({1}s)".format(time_diff_minutes, time_diff_seconds), "\nJob finished at", strftime("%H:%M:%S", time_stop), "\n\n")
+input("\nPres Enter to continue...\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n")
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+####################################################################
+#==================================================================#
+# -------------- SPILP CONFIG OPTIONS -------------- #
+#==================================================================#
+####################################################################
+# Copyright 2011, Tihomir Kit (kittihomir@gmail.com)
+# spilp is distributed under the terms of GNU General Public License v3
+# A copy of GNU GPL v3 license can be found in LICENSE.txt or at http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html
+#
+# TO TURN OFF ANY OPTION, SET ITS VALUE TO 0
+# TO TURN ON ANY OPTION, SET ITS VALUE TO 1
+
+
+
+
+# -- put db in RAM - for smaller databases (faster)
+# Use if total ammount of log files is smaller than 2/3 of your total ammount of free RAM.
+# :: set to ':memory:' to put the database to RAM
+#
+# -- put db on HDD - for bigger databases (bigger)
+# Use if total ammount of log files is bigger than 2/3 of your total ammount of free RAM.
+# :: set to '.tempdb' to put the database to HDD
+DB_STORAGE = ':memory:'
+
+
+
+
+# -- set to 1 to get hit counts per client IP --
+# Results are sorted by number of hits.
+CHECK_HITS_PER_IP = 1
+
+
+
+
+# -- set to 1 to get the close IP's --
+# Shows sorted IP's so attacks from the same region could be more easily identified.
+CHECK_CLOSE_IPS = 1
+
+# - minimum number of hits per IP to trigger logging --
+# If an IP made less than CLOSE_IP_TRESHOLD number of hits, it will be ignored.
+# Bigger CLOSE_IP_TRESHOLD value will show IP's with more activity, and will generate less output.
+# Smaller CLOSE_IP_TRESHOLD value will show more IP's, and will generate more output.
+# :: RECOMMENDED: 75-100
+CLOSE_IP_TRESHOLD = 75
+
+
+
+
+# -- set to 1 to get hit counts per agent --
+# Results are sorted by number of hits.
+CHECK_AGENTS = 1
+
+
+
+
+# -- set to 1 to get method hits --
+# Results show hits for all methods except get.
+CHECK_METHODS = 1
+
+
+
+
+# -- set to 1 to get hits per text file --
+# Results are sorted by number of hits.
+CHECK_HITS_PER_TEXT_FILE = 1
+
+# -- add or remove text filetype events to be logged --
+# Only filetypes in DPTF_TYPES_TO_CHECK will be in output.
+# :: RECOMMENDED filetypes: ('.pdf', '.doc', '.xls', '.ppt') - this will also look for .docx, .xlsx and .pptx files
+DPTF_TYPES_TO_CHECK = ('.pdf', '.doc', '.xls', '.ppt')
+
+# -- number of top hit files to get extended info --
+# Only top DPTF_LINES_OUTPUT_LIMIT number of files will get extended information about
+# hits (date, time, ip's agents, status code...).
+# :: for precise reports (when using filtering) - RECOMMENDED 10000 or higher
+# :: for generic statistical reports - RECOMMENDED 50
+DPTF_LINES_OUTPUT_LIMIT = 50
+
+
+
+
+# -- set to 1 to get hits per web file --
+# Results are sorted by number of hits.
+CHECK_HITS_PER_WEB_FILE = 1
+
+# -- add or remove web filetype events to be logged --
+# Only filetypes in DPTF_TYPES_TO_CHECK will be in output.
+# :: RECOMMENDED filetypes: ('.js', '.htm', '.asp') - this will also look for .html and .aspx files
+DPWF_TYPES_TO_CHECK = ('.js', '.htm', '.asp')
+
+# -- number of top hit files to get extended info --
+# Only top DPWF_LINES_OUTPUT_LIMIT number of files will get extended information about
+# hits (date, time, ip's agents, status code...).
+# :: for precise reports (when using filtering) - RECOMMENDED 10000 or higher
+# :: for generic statistical reports - RECOMMENDED 50
+DPWF_LINES_OUTPUT_LIMIT = 50
+
+
+
+
+# -- set to 1 to get hit counts by HTTP status codes--
+CHECK_STATUS_CODES_HITS = 1
+
+# -- add or remove status codes to be examined in more detail --
+# :: RECOMMENDED codes: ('400', '401', '403', '404', '405', '406', '416', '500', '501', '505')
+STATUS_CODES_TO_CHECK = ('400', '401', '403', '404', '405', '406', '416', '500', '501', '505')
+
+# -- maximum number of events for each HTTP status code that will allow logging --
+# If there are too many hits for a certain HTTP status code, only STATUS_CODES_CODE_COUNT_TRESHOLD number
+# of events with the highest count will be in output. Higher number means more output and slower performance,
+# smaller nubmer means less output and faster performance.
+# :: for precise reports (when using filtering) - RECOMMENDED 5000 or higher
+# :: for generic statistical reports - RECOMMENDED 50
+STATUS_CODES_CODE_COUNT_TRESHOLD = 50
+
+# -- maximum number of events for HTTP status code event for each IP to trigger logging --
+# If there are too many hits from an IP for a certain HTTP status code, only STATUS_CODES_EVENT_COUNT_TRESHOLD number
+# of events with the highest count will be in output. Higher number means more output and slower performance,
+# smaller nubmer means less output and faster performance.
+# :: for precise reports (when using filtering) - RECOMMENDED 5000 or higher
+# :: for generic statistical reports - RECOMMENDED 15
+STATUS_CODES_EVENT_COUNT_TRESHOLD = 15
+
+# -- minimum number of hits IP needs to make to trigger logging for that IP --
+# If there are too many IP events to log, only events from IP's that made more than STATUS_CODES_IP_COUNT_TRESHOLD number
+# of hits will be in output. Higher number means less output and faster performance, smaller nubmer means more
+# output and slower performance.
+# :: for precise reports (when using filtering) - RECOMMENDED 1
+# :: for generic statistical reports - RECOMMENDED 50
+STATUS_CODES_IP_COUNT_TRESHOLD = 50
+
+# -- maximum number of hits per URI to trigger logging for that URI --
+# If there are too many URI hits to log, only STATUS_CODES_URI_COUNT_TRESHOLD number of hits with the highest
+# count will be in output. Higher number means more output and slower performance, smaller nubmer means
+# less output and faster performance.
+# :: for precise reports (when using filtering) - RECOMMENDED 5000 or higher
+# :: for generic statistical reports - RECOMMENDED 50
+STATUS_CODES_URI_COUNT_TRESHOLD = 50
+
+
+
+
+# -- set to 1 to turn on filtering by IP, date, agent... multiple parameters allowed --
+# If a log line contains an expression from any of filter expressions, that line will or will not be further
+# processed depending on PARSING_FILTER_INCLUDE_EXCLUDE_SWITCH option. All other data will be dropped and
+# will not be a part of a generated report.
+CHECK_PARSING_FILTER = 0
+
+# -- set to 1 to use parsing filter to INCLUDE by expression --
+# -- set to 0 to use parsing filter to EXCLUDE by expression --
+# If set to 1, only results that match filter expressions will be included in reports.
+# If set to 0, all results that match filter expressions will be excluded from reports.
+PARSING_FILTER_INCLUDE_EXCLUDE_SWITCH = 1
+
+# -- path and filename for *.txt file used for generating the parsing filter --
+# Best placed in the same folder as spilp.py.
+# Each line in the *.txt file is one filter expression.
+PARSING_FILTER_FILE_NAME = "FILTERS.txt"
+
+
+
+
+# -- set to 1 to turn on filtering by country --
+# If you want to generate reports based on hits coming from a single country, use this option.
+# If you are using this option, make sure to also set the COUNTRY_TO_CHECK option up.
+# NOTE that if the CHECK_PARSING_FILTER option is set to 1, PARSING_FILTER_INCLUDE_EXCLUDE_SWITCH
+# option will decide whether events for the chosen country will get included or excluded.
+CHECK_COUNTRY = 0
+
+# -- name of a country to be checked upon --
+# If a page hit is not coming from COUNTRY_TO_CHECK country, that event will get dropped
+# and it will not be further processed.
+COUNTRY_TO_CHECK = "Croatia"
+
+
+
+
+
+

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