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README for LongTail Log Analysis.


LongTail is mostly stable now. But it's more fun to download what's "live" at github to get the latest features. Reasonable system administration skills are required to run and install this software.

Despite my best intentions, web pages have to live in /var/www/html and scripts have to live in /usr/local/etc. I'll fix that after I fix the last bugs and write some proper documentation.

I am not currently providing wordlists for comparison. You can download your own wordlists from

You do NOT need wordlists to run LongTail, but it is interesting. No major functionality depends on them.

LongTail is "easy" to install, but is "non-trivial" to install. AGAIN: Reasonable system administration skills are required to run and install this software.


LongTail is a /var/log/messages and access_log analyzer

Copyright (C) 2015,2016 Eric Wedaa

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.

What LongTail does

Longtail analyzes your /var/log/messages files to report on the ssh and http attacks against your server.

In terms of ssh, LongTail helps point out new hosts doing brute force attacks, new passwords and accounts being tried, and helps point out "Groups" of attackers that are sharing the same attack patterns.

In terms of http, LongTail helps point out new vulnerabilities that are being scanned for, and breaks out attacks that include wget commands as part of the attack so that you can download the malware that the bad guys are attempting to install on your webserver.

LongTail generates 20 graphs per host being monitored to help boil down the statistics into a more usable form. The 30 day graphs are also clickable so that you can investigate a particular day's activities.

LongTail pre-supposes that you have compiled your own openssh daemon as described below.

LongTail requires that you send your Apache httpd logs to syslog (as described later). LongTail http honeypots MUST NOT run on the same server that you run the LongTail analytics software and webpages on as the traffic from LongTail will add extra webpage requests to your http analysis that are actually valid requests.

LongTail is currently for between a single server to 20 servers.
With 15 active servers the main analysis report program ( takes over 7 minutes to run a single pass (All hosts together) at night with 21 million records and 8 months of data. (This will be improved in release 2.0). runs in several minutes for the hourly reports, but takes almost an hour to run at midnight when all the historical reports are run (again, this is with 21 million records and 8 months of data).
This will be improved with LongTail 2.0.

LongTail ALSO refers to a statistical distribution where there are many "Hits" at the left, and tapering down to a "Long Tail" towards the right. See for more details.

New SSHD Installation, The Easy Way

RHEL -- Make sure you have zlib-devel and openssl-devel installed on your system (plus make, gcc, etc). (The following commands are for RHEL, CentOS, Fedora Core.)

yum install zlib-devel # For the openssh honeypot
yum install openssl-devel # For the openssh honeypot
yum install policycoreutils-python # This gives you semanage

BEAGLEBONE BLACK, rev C (Based on Debian Wheezy) -- All the packages required are allready installed on the BeagleBone.

RASPBERRY PI (Based on Debian) -- I'm working on this.

apt-get install libssl-dev

The EASY way: Run from the repository. It will download openssh, modifiy the appropriate source files, make and install it into /usr/local/{sbin,etc}, and add startup lines in /etc/rc.local.

You should run a "real" sshd on some very high number port so that you can ssh into your server and not have your account and password show up in the log files. You can use your default /etc/ssh/sshd_config file to reset your port number.

You also need to run the following selinux commands if you have selinux installed

semanage port -a -t ssh_port_t -p tcp 2222
semanage port -a -t ssh_port_t -p tcp <Whatever your big port # is>
semanage port -l | grep ssh # Shows ssh ports

New SSHD Installation, The HARDER way

Download a copy of openssh from

Untar the file and modify auth-passwd.c to add the following line to the auth_password function(See the included auth-passwd.c file for exact placing) : logit("PassLog: Username: %s Password: %s", authctxt->user, password);

Then configure, make, and install openssh on your server. I assume since you're interested in HoneyPots, you know your OS well enough to do this.

You can also run a second sshd on your system on a different port. BUT... To be able to tell which sshd is on which port, you should eit auth-passwd.c again, and instead of "PassLog", use "Pass2222Log. Note that the port number is in the middle of the word PassLog. This is because the search string LongTail uses in "PassLog" Making the string "Pass2222Log" makes it possible to search for ssh attempts to the different ports.

You should run a "real" sshd on some very high number port so that you can ssh into your server and not have your account and password show up in the log files. You can use your default /etc/ssh/sshd_config file to reset your port number.

You also need to run the following selinux commands if you have selinux installed

semanage port -a -t ssh_port_t -p tcp 2222
semanage port -a -t ssh_port_t -p tcp <Whatever your big port # is>
semanage port -l | grep ssh # Shows ssh ports

LongTail HTTP Honeypot setup

As of January 2016, LongTail now can analyze requests to an Apache http honeypt. Please see section "Running everything on one server" if you are going to run ssh and http honeypots AND the reporting software on the same server!

LongTail currently uses the Apache httpd server as the honeypot. The current requirement is that there is only a single index.html file that you need to create yourself (which can be as simple as "This is my webserver" in order to track down which IP addresses are doing blind attacks against webservers. As LongTail version 2 is completed, a separate set of downloadable webpages is planned for development in order to attrack better attacks, payload delivery mechanisms, and malware.

You will need to copy the perl script "" to your webserver machine, preferrably in /usr/local/etc and do a chmod a+rx /usr/local/etc/

You will also need to install the perl syslog module with: cpan Sys::Syslog

And lastly, you need to add the following line to your httpd.conf file #CustomLog "logs/access_log" combined # Install LongTail line AFTER this line CustomLog |/usr/local/etc/ combined

And then restart apache so the change takes effect. You can test it by pointing your browser of choice to you honeypot, and then checking you /var/log/messages file to make sure that the request was logged to syslog.

Running Everything On One Server

If you are going to run EVERYTHING on a single server, please run a second website at a HIGH port number with a different access.log and error.log so that the bad guys don't find your reporting website. I would suggest running it at a port > 10000.

Look at LongTail_apache.conf for hints.

LongTail Prerequisites

LongTail requires other software packages to run. RHEL, CentOS, Fedora Core commands follow:

yum install jwhois (RHEL 6) OR yum install whois (RHEL 7)
yum install php php-common php-cli php-xml php-pear php-pdo php-gd
yum install which httpd
yum install cpan

LongTail requires jpgraph, FancyBox, and TrueType fonts. (See next sections.)

Please note that LongTail seems to work best with UTF-8 character encoding on both the server, as well as for any terminal you are connecting to the server with. There have been reports of "funny" characters like " ‘’" (lets see if those show up in the README file.)

Again, please use UTF-8 characters.

LongTail Disk Space Requirements

LongTail uses disk space. As of February, 2016, the data files and reports for 64 million login entries compiled over 24 months requires 16 Gigs of disk space. For this amount of data you will need to have at least 10 Gigs of diskspace available in /data/tmp for all the temporary files that get created along the way.

If you don't have a /data/tmp directory, please create one and make sure it has enough disk space.

HOWEVER, if you're just starting out, and only running a single honeypot then 25 gigs of disk space for your server should be enough.

FancyBox notes

I use FancyBox Version 2.1.5 and is available for non commercial use at

The LongTail install script will install it into /var/www/html/honey/fancybox/source.

Jpgraph Notes

jpgraph is from

The LongTail install script will install it into /usr/local/php/jpgraph.

Edit the include line in /etc/php.ini to reference /usr/local/php.

Fix the timezone line in /etc/php.ini to reference your timezone. (I use America/New_York ).

Troubleshooting JPGraph

You might get an error saying “The function imageantialias() is not available in your PHP installation. Use the GD version that comes with PHP and not the standalone version.”

Don’t worry. Open the file ~/public_html/lib/jpgraph/src/, find the function SetAntiAliasing and comment this line out like this:

// JpGraphError::RaiseL(25128);//('The function imageantialias() is not available

TrueType Font Notes

You will need to install the truetype fonts.

The following instructions are what I used for CentOS 6.6.

Look up the properl EPEL repo at

rpm -Uvh
yum install rpm-build cabextract
yum install rpm-build ttmkfdir
yum install
ln -s /usr/share/fonts/msttcore /usr/share/fonts/truetype

LongTail Installation

Edit for the locations of your /var/log/messages and /var/log/httpd/access_log files.

Please note that LongTail requires a HUGE temporary directory. There is a variable in and called $TMP_DIRECTORY which you should point to someplace with lots of disk space. LongTail breaks at 10 million records with a /tmp of less than a gigabyte of disk space.

Edit, and LongTail.config for site-specific variables (which are explained in the files). (NOTE: Not all programs in the current release of LongTail does not yet use the LongTail.config file, but will "soon".

Edit LongTail-exclude-accounts.grep to add your valid local accounts. This will exclude these accounts from your reports.
(You wouldn't want to have your password or account name showing up in your reports, now would you?)

Edit LongTail-exclude-IPs-httpd.grep and LongTail-exclude-IPs-ssh.grep to add your local IP addresses. This will exclude these IPs from your reports. (You wouldn't want to have your personal or work IPs exposed in your reports, now would you?)

Edit LongTail-exclude-webpages.grep to add any local webpages you don't want in your LongTail reports.

Edit for $OWNER. You also need to comment out the "exit" command, which is there to make sure you edit the script.

Run ./ to install everything.

Run LongTail by hand as the account you want it to run as to make sure it works. (And that it can write to the /honey directory.)

CRON Entry

You'll need to run this through cron every hour. PLEASE NOTE that it starts at the 5 minute mark. If you want to run this just once a day, I would advise running it at 12:05 AM, as there is code that only runs during the midnight time frame.

MY crontab entry looks like this one(See the file crontab.sample too):

# LongTail stuff
1 0 * * * /usr/local/etc/
1 1 * * * /usr/local/etc/ > /tmp/
1 2 * * * /usr/local/etc/ > /var/www/html/honey/whois.shtml
10 3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,19,21,23 * * * /usr/local/etc/  >> /tmp/ 2>&1 
1 3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,19,21,23 * * * /usr/local/etc/ http >> /tmp/ 2>&1 
10 0,2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20,22 * * * /usr/local/etc/  >> /tmp/ 2>&1 
30 * * * * /usr/local/etc/  >> /tmp/ 2>&1 
# Create and analyze attack patterns here
45 5,17 * * * /usr/local/etc/ rebuild >> /data/tmp/ 2>&1 
# Analyze botnets here.  MUST be run after is done
# I run this by hand because it takes a long time and I want to watch what is
# happening.
#TEMP30 19 * * * /usr/local/etc/LongTail_botnets/  > /var/www/html/honey/botnet.shtml 
#TEMP03 7 * * * /usr/local/etc/LongTail_botnets/  > /var/www/html/honey/botnet.shtml 
# LongTail Dashboard stuff
55 0 * * * /usr/local/etc/  >> /tmp/ 2>&1 
1 1 1 * * /usr/local/etc/  >>/tmp/LongTail_rebuild_dash.out
5 * * * * grep Attack /var/log/messages |awk '{print $6,$10,$14}' |sort |uniq |sed 's/;//g' >>/var/www/html/honey/; sort -u /var/www/html/honey/ > /tmp/; /bin/mv /tmp/ /var/www/html/honey/
55 3 * * * /usr/local/etc/ >/tmp/LongTail_find_badguys_looking_for_passwords.out
# BlackRidge only stuff
# Run only if you do BlackRidge honeypots also
#35 3 * * * /usr/local/etc/ >/tmp/
# LongTail Dashboard counter
0,5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50,55 * * * * /usr/local/etc/ >> /tmp/LongTail_dashboard.out
# Pull nmap files from shepherd (a little bit before running
# I can't run nmap at work, so I run it at home and pull the files to here
# No, you can't pull from my home server :-)
#15 19 * * * wget -P /usr/local/etc/nmap -nv -nc -nH --cut-dirs=1   --no-parent --accept txt  -r http://XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX/nmap/ > /tmp/wget.out 2>&1
#45 6 * * * wget -P /usr/local/etc/nmap -nv -nc -nH --cut-dirs=1   --no-parent --accept txt  -r http://XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX/nmap/ > /tmp/wget.out 2>&1
# Kick syslog at 10:00 every night because sometimes it "hangs"
0 22 * * * /sbin/service rsyslog restart

HTTP Configuration

You NEED to have Server Side Includes turned on. This is so that all the headers and footers are the same. Go to for help.

You should also probably use the HTTP error docs for errors 403 (Forbidden) and 404 (Not Found).

ErrorDocument 403 /honey/attacks_view_restricted.shtml
ErrorDocument 404 /honey/404.shtml

WARNING about reports before you have enough data

Some of the reports are going to look a little "off" until you have a few days worth of data. This is because I am currently assuming that after a few days, attacks will have come in at every hour of the day.

Also, historical trends reports will look "off" until you actually have a few days worth of data to do a trend report on.

These issues will not be fixed anytime soon.


LongTail can handle multiple hosts reporting. To create reports for just one server, use the following command:

/usr/local/etc/ <hostname>

where is the name of the host as reported in the syslog file.

WARNING about jpgraph alignment issues

Two warnings about jpgraph alignment issues.

ONE) Right now the X and Y axis labels can be overwritten by the tick marks for the axis. I am looking into this issue.

TWO) For some reason, the X axis labels show up shifted to the left on some systems (notably my CentOS 6.5 using the Atomic PHP repos. On a vanilla Fedora Core 20 system the labels show up properly under the appropriate bar. I am looking into this issue.

Running rsyslog

  1. This has only been tested using rsyslog. Not syslog, not syslog-ng. I assume they will work too.

  2. You must use the following line in your honeypot's (and if you are using a consolidation server's ) rsyslog.conf file.

    $ActionFileDefaultTemplate RSYSLOG_FileFormat

  3. If you are also logging to a remote host, and you are using a port OTHER than 514, AND you are running selinux, make sure you remember to run this command on BOTH hosts

    semanage port -a -t syslogd_port_t -p tcp NewPortNumber

  4. This is the line I use on my honeypot to report to my consolidation master:

    auth.* @@#.#.#.#:####

where #.#.#.# is the IP address of the receiving host and #### is the TCP Port where rsyslog is listening on the receiving host. This way we are only sending SSH messages to the remote host, instead of filling it's logs with ALL the messages from the honeypot.

  1. Make sure you are using the lines in the rsyslog.conf file to enable Reliable syslog reporting.

    $WorkDirectory /var/lib/rsyslog # where to place spool files $ActionQueueFileName fwdRule1 # unique name prefix for spool files $ActionQueueMaxDiskSpace 1g # 1gb space limit (use as much as possible) $ActionQueueSaveOnShutdown on # save messages to disk on shutdown $ActionQueueType LinkedList # run asynchronously $ActionResumeRetryCount -1 # infinite retries if host is down

  2. Sometimes data gets lost in transmission between clients and the consolidation server. I have no idea why. I have to figure out a better way of consolidating messages files between hosts and then re-running reports against the "Better" data.

WARNING About System Hostnames

System hostnames (as reported by the hostname command) should NOT be fully qualified, and MUST NOT include "-" (dash) characters. I create files with hostnames in them and use the "." and "-" characters as delimeters. Fully qualified hostnames are bad also (longtail is good, is BAD!).

Files in the html directory that you should know about : Indicates to the system NOT to include the count from this day in the normalization statistics. This file should be in historical/year/month/date AND in systemname/historical/year/month/date when you are using a consolidation server.

header.html: This is the global header and includes the menu bars. This is where you can add links to each host's reports.

footer.html: This is the global footer

description.html: This describes the host. It should be in /var/www/html/honey AND /var/www/html/honey/HOSTNAME

index.shtml: This is the "main" page. It should be in /var/www/html/honey AND /var/www/html/honey/HOSTNAME

index-long.shtml: This shows the historical stats. It should be in /var/www/html/honey AND /var/www/html/honey/HOSTNAME

index-historical.shtml: This is the webpage that gets copied into the historical directories (for instance, /var/www/html/honey/historical/2015/05/05/)


"Illegal division by zero at -e line 1." will happen until you get enough data.

"find: ‘2016/01’: No such file or directory" This is from trying to do a find on last month's data, which will happen until you have a "last month" to look at. Similar errors occur elsewhere looking for last years data, etc.


  1. I need to fix the X and Y axis labels so they are not buried with the "tick" information. (This can wait till other more important things are done.)

  2. I need to cleanup the Dictionary section. It's still ugly-ish and needs to be cleaned up and described better


  1. RELEASE 1.5: I need to somehow show slowscans and bot net attacks

  2. RELEASE 1.5: Auto-report attacks to the various IP Abuse websites.

  3. RELEASE 1.5: Make a 5 minute "This is LongTail" slideshow explaining the different features and reports in LongTail.

  4. RELEASE 1.5: Make a "Top 5 LongTail webpages" with a note for new viewers to look at it. (Tour)

  5. RELEASE 1.5 How do I breakout sshpsycho attacks by host attacked?


  1. RELEASE 2: Make a chart/Graph of IP addresses that attack more than one host.

  2. RELEASE 2: I need to analyze ssh_keys as logins.

  3. RELEASE 2: I need to "googlefy" usernames.

  4. RELEASE 2: I need to convert to so that it runs faster. Now that I know what I'm looking for, it's time to run it in perl so that it runs faster.

  5. RELEASE 2: Can I run NMap against the attackers and analyze the results? (I'll need to edit out the traceroute results).

  6. RELEASE 2: Make the minimum and maximum entries clickable in the statistics tables.

  7. RELEASE 2: Get a telnet honeypot working

  8. RELEASE 2: Get a rlogin honeypot working

  9. RELEASE 2: Make 90 days graphs of ip addresses, # of attacks, etc.

  10. RELEASE 2: Is it worth making IP Addresses include a link to Google search results too?

  11. RELEASE 2: My link to "Blacklisted? (" should probably go somewhere else, but I'm not sure where.

  12. RELEASE 2: Attacks by Country should also show the number of attacks by each country.

  13. RELEASE 2: (Maybe) "All" graphs, can I color code the amounts by host?

  14. RELEASE 2: Add more IP Address blacklists to my blacklist comparison chart.


  1. DONE. I need to go through each and every webpage and make sure it looks "good".

  2. DONE (See #20) Does NOT handle spaces at the start or end of the passwords properly.

  3. DONE: I think this works now, 2015-02-14. I don't deal with blank/empty passwords at all

  4. DONE: I need to add a chart of password lengths

  5. DONE: 2015-03-18. It would be nice in the "Trends" tables if the first time an entry is used that it showed up in a different color.

  6. DONE: (Made it a bar chart) I should make a line chart of attacks per day.

  7. NOT GOING TO HAPPEN. I should make a line chart of number of attacks for an account per day. This might be a little ridiculous though...

  8. NOT GOING TO HAPPEN, There are too many passwords and I'd have to make this dynamic, and I'd rather not suck up CPU OR make a bazillion premade graphs. I should make a line chart of number of uses of a password for an account per day.

  9. DONE: I still need to finish my third level analysis of brute force attacks, which is the real reason I wrote LongTail.

  10. NOT GOING TO HAPPEN. Can I "googlefy" my account/password pairs?

  11. DONE. I need to fix the graph on non-root accounts to filter out the root attempts...

  12. DONE. /usr/local/etc/LongTail.config now works. I need to break-out the editable fields in, etc, into a separate file.

  13. DONE. (It's really just a hostname passed) I need to set up a "-f" option so we can run multiple instances. This is a long term goal to aid in analyzing multiple sites while running on the same server.

  14. DONE (See #14) I need to set it up so it can search only by hostname in the messages/access_log files so I can have multiple hosts sending data to the server. This is a long term goal to aid in analyzing multiple sites while running on the same server.

  15. DONE: Fix password printing for alternate syslog line styles (with and without IP address in the line.

  16. DONE: Need to do the mean, median, mode, range for number of ssh attempts.

  17. PROBABLY NOT GOING TO HAPPEN: Need to do the mean, median, mode, range for number of IP addresses with more than one attempt (so I filter out the single attempts from distributed brute force bots).

  18. DONE: I'm going to setup a secondary "Consolidation" server to consolidate data on. Too much work otherwise. How do I consolidate data from several servers? I'm leaning towards a secondary reporter server using syslog to consolidate data from several servers and running LongTail on that server also.

  19. DONE: (Also fixed everywhere) Does not properly handle spaces in password for account:password pairs

  20. DONE: NICE TO HAVE BUT NOT A PRIORITY Make a pretty graph of countries attacking.

  21. DONE: Make a pretty graph of attacks per day over the last 30 days.

  22. DONE Make a pretty graph of number of unique IP addresses per day over the last 30 days.

  23. DONE: (I took the comments out of the files.) There's a "bug" in the .grep files where a "#" character matches some of the lines even though the rest of the line does not exist. This is due to my not fully understanding how the grep -vf command works.

  24. DONE: Need to work on code for the "consolidation" server.

  25. KNOWN BUG in on first run instances DEBUG this month statistics cat: 2015/02/day/current-attack-count-data: no such file or directory Illegal division by zero at -e line 1. DEBUG this year statistics Illegal division by zero at -e line 1. DEBUG ALL statistics Illegal division by zero at -e line 1.

  26. DONE: (I preload the first 5000 entries into the script) Need to speed up

  27. DONE 2015-03-18. I need to cleanup all the temp files so that they are deleted,

  28. NEEDS TO BE DONE: I need to make sure temp files are unique.
    Unique is important so multiple copies of LongTail can be run at the same time.

  29. DONE Added calendar view of attacks per day with links to the individual day's attacks.

  30. DONE: I need to start analyzing attacks that come in on port 2222.

  31. DONE: Yes, use same codes as for port 2222 attacks. Can I do telnet honeypots too?

  32. DONE: I might have a bug in the code for "Median" statistics in the main line of code.

  33. DONE: I need to be able to add comments/explanations next to the hostnames, particularly in the statistics sections.

  34. DONE: I need a --rebuild function that uses the existing .gz files in the daily folders. needs to be enable this feature as I am not going to make a -rebuild flag since I do not want this to be easy to be done. It's still dangerous.

  35. DONE: RELEASE 2: I need to analyze "sshd Disconnect" messages that come from hosts that have not actively tried to login.

  36. DONE In sshd_config files. I need to make sure I disable ssh_keys as logins.

  37. DONE: Added "normalization" of data so I also report full stats that are from FULL days (24 hours) only. This way I do not include totals from partial days or from hosts down a portion of the day or from systems that are "protected" by IDS or firewalls.

  38. DONE: I need to automate adding the "protected" data file (The file that shows they are protected by a firewall/IDS) into the servers daily directories (erhp erhp2).

  39. DONE: (Bug fix only) I need to fix the calendar report so the links go someplace real

  40. DONE: I need to analyze telnet probes, now that I have that data being logged

  41. SOMEWHERE (In either the sshd server or rsyslog) there is a bug which if the password is empty, that the line sent to syslog is "...Password:$", instead of "...Password: $" Please note the missing space at the end of the line is the bug and now I need to code around it everyplace :-(

  42. DONE: Make a chart of the first time a password was seen

  43. DONE: Show unique usernames,

  44. DONE: Make a chart of the first time a username was seen.

  45. DONE: Show unique IP addresses,

  46. DONE: (Part of ip_attacks.shtml) Make a chart of the first time a IP was seen.

  47. NOT GOING TO HAPPEN, I don't want to be "denyhosts". Make IPs available in text only format so people can import them into /etc/hosts.deny or whatever. If they really want it they can read the source code to figure out where I hide it.

  48. DONE: Fixed "bug" where the first day a hostname is seen that the 7 day, 30 day, and historical graphs are not made until the next day.

  49. DONE: Added a "dashboard"

  50. DONE: Need to figure out how to add horizontal lines to a barchart so that I can show minimum, average, and maximum lines to my dashboard and to other charts ( )

  51. DONE In statistics section I need to get stats on # of usernames, passwords and IP addresses.

  52. DONE RELEASE 1.5 I need to break out attacks by hosts so I can see the attacks that get through the IPS more clearly.

  53. CRITICAL: FIXED There's a bug in the "normalization" code for some of the statistics webpages.

  54. DONE: I desperately need to optimize the script since it takes so long to run

  55. DONE: Cleanup formatting in first seen reports

  56. DONE: Can I auto-add a date stamp and website address to my graphics?

  57. DONE: Finish my script

  58. DONE ENOUGH: Write documentation about LongTail. This in constantly in progress. This will be covered in the README and the Tour.

  59. WHERE WOULD THEY GO? Not going to happen... Make the graphs on the front page "clickable" to go to a page giving more details.

  60. DONE: Figure out how to "re-do" the last months dashboard graphics so that the graphs all have the same average, minimum, and maximum.

  61. DONE: Fix display bug in "Calendar View" of attacks where the first day of the week doesn't always show up in the right column.

  62. DONE: Attacks by Country needs to be reverse sorted.

  63. RELEASE 1.5: 30 day Graphics(DONE) should also be image maps so the user can click on a column and get more information about that date, Account, or password.

  64. DONE: LongTail shoul also analyze /var/log/httpd/access_log files to analyze the attacks and probes that a webserver is subject to.

83)DONE: Make a "What do I do to protect myself?" webpage. Include links to other sites and documents.

  1. DONE: There's a bug in the image mapping for Top 20 non root accounts where it doesn't show root, and then only shows 19 accounts.
    Image mapping shows 20 accounts including root.

86)DONE: CRITICAL: Add a date include file to the historical web pages so the user knows where/when they are.

  1. DONE: To be "really" added once the tour is done. Add a cookie so that brand new visitors have the option of going to the "Most Important 5 Pages" webpage (Tour)

  2. FIXED Need to fix the bug in sshPsycho friends and associates that overwrites existing IP addresses in the lists.

  3. DONE: RELEASE 1.5 Record port and agent (from sshd -dddd) Connection from ::1 port 57427 debug1: Client protocol version 2.0; client software version OpenSSH_6.7

  4. DONE: Can we do Kippo logs?