Here are a few screen captures of key portions of the MozDef user interface.
Health and Status¶
MozDef includes an integrated health and status screen under the ‘about’ menu showing key performance indicators like events per second from rabbit-mq and elastic search cluster health.
You can have as many front-end processors running rabbit-mq as you like in whatever geographic distribution makes sense for your environment. The hot threads section shows you what your individual elastic search nodes are up to.
The entire display updates in real time as new information is retrieved.
Alerts are simply python jobs run as celery tasks that query elastic search for either individual events, or correlate multiple events into an alert.
The alerts screen shows the latest 100 alerts and allows interactive filtering by category, severity, time frame and free-form regex.
The display updates in real time as new alerts are received and any IP address in an alert is decorated with a menu allowing you to query whois, dshield, CIF, etc to get context on the item. If your facilities include blocking, you can also integrate that into the menu to allow you to block an IP directly from this screen.
MozDef includes an integrated, real time incident handling facility that allows multiple responders to work collaboratively on a security incident. As they add information to the incident they are able to see each others changes as they happen, in real time.
MozDef includes integration into the VERIS classification system to quickly tag incidents with metadata by dragging tags onto the incident which allows you to aggregate metrics about your incidents.