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Realeyes Intrusion Detection System  is an application developed for detecting and banning the intruders of a databse or network. It reassembles sessions (including both halves of a TCP session) from live or captured network traffic and analyzes them for patterns.
The detected records are transferred to a database interface and inserted into a PostgreSQL database. The database also maintains configuration information which can be sent to the IDS hosts for dynamic reconfiguration. The database interface can communicate with one or more hosts.







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        â€¢It is an easy to use Network Intrusion Detection System.
        â€¢It is able to work with a plain UNIX OS.
        â€¢It is suitable for both network intrusion prevention and network intrusion detection
        â€¢It supports many different protocols, including IMAP, POP3, SMTP, HTTP, and FTP.
        â€¢It is powerfull and can detect and handle all network attacks.
        â€¢It is efficient and can detect both SYN Flooding and RST Flooding attacks in real time.

Realeyes Intrusion Detection System [March-2022]

Realeyes Intrusion Detection System (IDS) is built around an appliance-based, embedded Linux microkernel that supports the use of many network statistics collection and processing programs. Several of these programs are included in the distribution. These programs (including Wireshark) use the IDS features by writing data files to the appliance’s disk directory which can then be stored in the database.
The management interface enables users to add, configure, and start/stop the rules of interest. It allows the administrator to control the capacity of the database in which the information is stored. The user interface allows the administrator to access and view all the information regarding the ongoing analysis of all sessions. The management interface uses a web-based application including servlet engines.
The IDS consists of the following major components:

a kernel module which is responsible for scheduling of tasks and kernel interrupts

a kernel module which encapsulates and manages all commands received and sent

a kernel module which manages the network interfaces

an architecture-specific daemon which manages the services

a database interface

an embedded Web-based management interface

Realeyes IDS Architecture:
The Realeyes IDS is designed around a Linux embedded microkernel. The microkernel is responsible for the scheduling of the tasks. It also performs the interrupt handling. It encapsulates all command received and sent. It manages the network interfaces. The management interface uses a Web-based application including servlet engines. The embedded Web-based management interface uses all features of a web-server running as a servlet. The Linux kernel has been tested with the latest version of Ubuntu Linux. It should be run with any other Linux distribution. The Realeyes IDS runs smoothly in a large number of commonly used configurations including 2 GB of RAM, 1.5 GHz processor, IP Interface card, and a hard drive. It is recommended to run on a machine with sufficient capacity to store all recorded events or files on the hard drive.
The Realeyes IDS is a modular system. This makes it easy to add or remove components and modifications without the need to alter the kernel. It is possible to modify the kernel to fit a specific hardware configuration. The hardware for the linux microkernel is encapsulated in the architecture-specific daemon. All these components are enclosed in the architecture-specific daemon.
The Realeyes IDS stores the following data in its database:

raw and processed traffic of TCP, UDP, RAW/MITM traffic

Realeyes Intrusion Detection System

– Detect and ban malicious intruders inside a databse or a network.
– Processes network traffic by breaking it into smaller pieces, called flows. These flows are further processed for malicious behaviors, rules and patterns are generated by the system.
– Schedules each flow and analyzes a part of the traffic.
– Updates the config on the fly and manages and updates the database configurations.
– Tracks and reports the detected activity.
– Monitoring the traffic flows and pattern generation.
– Rule and memory management.
– Database interface support.
– Built-in-proxy support.
– ICMP filtering.
– REXML and SQL interaction.
User Interface
As of version 5, there is a user interface for client configuration.

The Realeyes IDS can be used to monitor and analyse network traffic for a wide variety of threats. The list below shows some of the features supported by the Realeyes IDS.
* Passive sniffing or tapping
* Monitors and analyzes network traffic
* Supports both passive or active monitoring
* Supports both wired or wireless networks
* Supports both IPv4 and IPv6 networks
* Integrated proxy service allows almost any content on the internet to be accessed and monitored
* User friendly reporting and logging capabilities
* Built-in event logging
* Rules for Source, Destination and Protocol
* Configurable logging to screen, file and syslog
* Bulk Email notifications for every event logged
* Single and multi user access
* Network-based or Host-based security
* Active or Passive monitoring
* Configurable logging level options
* User Reports


* Real time location information
* Kernel based stateful and non-stateful inspection
* Protocol analysis
* Real time flow analysis
* Parsing and encryption
* Traffic flow analysis
* Deep link analysis
* Session analysis
* HTTP Reponse analysis
* Unified threat management


* Real time rule engine
* Multi-user access by agent or by user
* Databases of pattern and rule files
* Raw logging files
* Log files
* Syslog and email logging
* Tunable threshold values
* Monitoring threads
* Extensible framework
* Built-in warning and alerting rules
* Dynamic URL filters


What’s New in the Realeyes Intrusion Detection System?

Realeyes is a multi-purpose application that detects suspicious traffic on computers. It can scan all or only some of the system’s traffic and traffic from selected hosts, or has a separate scan profile per host. The application provides intrusion detection for the data packets being transmitted and the connection from the packet to its host.
Each packet is examined first by the anti-spam module which verifies the presence of elements that should not be there. Then the packets are examined by the real attack module. This module checks if each packet indicates intrusion. If the packet is determined to be an intrusion, the session is inserted to the database, and the real attack module is informed about the intrusion.
The database also keeps track of patterns to be used for automatically generating alerts and also to automatically ban intruders. Alerts are used to remind operators or administrators of the intrusion. Banned messages are used to automatically ban the intruder IP address from the Internet and his network.
RealEyes groupware supports the following features:
Network Intrusion Detection
General Intrusion Detection
Daily report for all hosts in selected network
RealEyes Intrusion Detection System  Testing:
The testing of the package was carried out on different platforms. The following results were obtained on each platform.
– Mac OS X 8.6 on 32 bit Intel
– Mac OS X 9.1 on 64 bit Intel
– Windows XP 32 bit
– Windows XP 64 bit
– Linux Debian 2.4 32 bit
– Linux Debian 2.4 64 bit
– Linux RHEL 5 64 bit
The tested configuration was as follows:
– Two Intel Quad Core with four cores each with 8 GB of RAM
– Intel Quad Core with 2 GB of RAM
– AMD Quad Core with 2 GB of RAM
– Intel Dual Core with 2 GB of RAM
– AMD Dual Core with 4 GB of RAM
– Intel Dual Core with 4 GB of RAM
– AMD Dual Core with 4 GB of RAM
– Intel Dual Core with 1 GB of RAM
– AMD Dual Core with 2 GB of RAM
– Intel Dual Core with 2 GB of RAM
The volume of traffic was in the order of 1Gb to 8 Gb per second. The test was done on a live network (this includes packets originating from the machine where RealEyes is installed).
Below is a table of different configurations tested.

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 7/8
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Phenom
Memory: 2GB RAM
Processor: Intel Core i3 or AMD Athlon X2 or better
Memory: 4GB RAM
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