Ikuturso role is a network sensor placed away from SIEM sitting in a DMZ or network edge, running BRO, LOGSTASH, with the ability to block known traffic from OSINT. It also provides Forensic capabilities of known attacks with deep application and network packet inspection.
Sea monster Name Origins
Iku Turso is a famous monster in Finnish mythology. Iku turso was described as an evil sea-monster and is dated back to the 16th century. Iku Turso was described as many different things but mainly symbolizes death and evil. In Finnish, the word for octopus, (merituras) is named after Iku Turso and in WW2 the Finns named one of their submarines Iku Turso.
Iku Turso’s appearance is described in many ways. Some say he is a thousand headed, or a thousand horned, or the one that lives on the edge. In Finnish mythology, he is known as the ox of death, the god of war, and the demon of diseases. So, he is respected in some ways for being a warrior but overall he symbolizes evil. He is said to be from the far north land of Pohjola, which (per Finnish mythology) is forever cold and the heart of all evil.
Software Overview Function Table
Tripwire’s Automated Reconnaissance and Deep Inspection System
Packet inspection Network Tool
Software Detail Function Table
Tripwire’s Automated Reconnaissance and Deep Inspection System (TARDIS), a framework that ties together a wide variety of threat feed data and log repositories with cloud storage and an open source visualization tool. This framework enables a whole range of analysis and forensic capabilities and is extremely easy to setup and use.
Bro is a powerful network analysis framework that provides site-specific monitoring policies that does not rely on specific network signatures. It provides Forensics capabilities with full network logging.
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