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Hi could you recommend good tool to visual bruteforce attacks withing normal connection to ssh/MTA...?

I have seen for free only afterglow.

Thanks in advance, Dawid

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closed as off-topic by Iain, womble Nov 27 '15 at 9:33

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Try ccze?

$ ccze < /var/log/secure
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To Visualize not to colorize :| Like afterglow, picviz, skyrails. – skomak Jan 6 '11 at 12:42
Try Zenmap or Maltego in that case – atx Oct 10 '12 at 8:41

If you need a static visualization, use Gource that can create a movie and show your bruteforce attack "log by log" based on timestamp of each event.

If you need a dynamic / interactive visualization, you can use the Vis.js "network map" that is a dynamic, browser based, visualization library (JavaScript).

I was looking for a JavaScript alternative to Gource for a long time. So i made a Node.js Dashboard that use Vis.js and FontAwesome. If can be helpful:


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