OpenCanary Logging question

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Nov 7, 2020
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I have OpenCanary systems running, the most interesting of which is in Oracle Cloud.

The logs create webhooks with JSON content:

Code:
2022-12-11 01:14:51.000
{ json: { message: "{"dst_host": "10.0.0.117", "dst_port": 23, "honeycred": false, "local_time": "2022-12-11 00:14:50.102820", "local_time_adjusted": "2022-12-11 00:14:50.102854", "logdata": {"PASSWORD": "abc123", "USERNAME": "admin"}, "logtype": 6001, "node_id": "oc-in-oci.ciso.pm", "src_host": "220.132.69.196", "src_port": 39383, "utc_time": "2022-12-11 00:14:50.102848"}" }, http: { clientHost: "129.213.116.221", contentType: "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" }, derived: { SourceIP: "220.132.69.196", Username: "admin", Port: "23", DateTime: "2022-12-11 00:14:50", Password: "abc123" } }
2022-12-11 01:14:49.595
{ json: { message: "{"dst_host": "10.0.0.117", "dst_port": 22, "local_time": "2022-12-11 00:14:48.800802", "local_time_adjusted": "2022-12-11 00:14:48.800829", "logdata": {"LOCALVERSION": "SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_5.1p1 Debian-4", "PASSWORD": "tcl", "REMOTEVERSION": "SSH-2.0-libssh_0.9.6", "USERNAME": "tcl"}, "logtype": 4002, "node_id": "oc-in-oci.ciso.pm", "src_host": "167.71.158.66", "src_port": 35314, "utc_time": "2022-12-11 00:14:48.800822"}" }, http: { clientHost: "129.213.116.221", contentType: "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" }, derived: { SourceIP: "167.71.158.66", Username: "tcl", Port: "22", DateTime: "2022-12-11 00:14:48", Password: "tcl" } }
2022-12-11 01:14:48.678
{ json: { message: "{"dst_host": "10.0.0.117", "dst_port": 22, "local_time": "2022-12-11 00:14:47.888568", "local_time_adjusted": "2022-12-11 00:14:47.888596", "logdata": {"LOCALVERSION": "SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_5.1p1 Debian-4", "REMOTEVERSION": "SSH-2.0-libssh_0.9.6"}, "logtype": 4001, "node_id": "oc-in-oci.ciso.pm", "src_host": "167.71.158.66", "src_port": 35314, "utc_time": "2022-12-11 00:14:47.888590"}" }, http: { clientHost: "129.213.116.221", contentType: "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" }, derived: { SourceIP: "167.71.158.66", Port: "22", DateTime: "2022-12-11 00:14:47" } }
2022-12-11 01:14:47.490
{ json: { message: "{"dst_host": "10.0.0.117", "dst_port": 22, "local_time": "2022-12-11 00:14:46.611922", "local_time_adjusted": "2022-12-11 00:14:46.611975", "logdata": {"SESSION": "15352"}, "logtype": 4000, "node_id": "oc-in-oci.ciso.pm", "src_host": "167.71.158.66", "src_port": 35314, "utc_time": "2022-12-11 00:14:46.611965"}" }, http: { clientHost: "129.213.116.221", contentType: "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" }, derived: { SourceIP: "167.71.158.66", Port: "22", DateTime: "2022-12-11 00:14:46" } }

The log file has the following lines.
Code:
{"dst_host": "127.0.0.1", "dst_port": "51768", "local_time": "2022-06-16 07:48:44.755838", "local_time_adjusted": "2022-06-16 07:48:44.755850", "logdata": {"ACK": "", "DF": "", "ID": "25088", "IN": "lo", "LEN": "52", "MAC": "00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:08:00", "OUT": "", "PREC": "0x00", "PROTO": "TCP", "RES": "0x00", "TOS": "0x00", "TTL": "64", "URGP": "0", "WINDOW": "512"}, "logtype": 5001, "node_id": "SynologyDS", "src_host": "127.0.0.1", "src_port": "23", "utc_time": "2022-06-16 07:48:44.755847"}
{"dst_host": "127.0.0.1", "dst_port": 23, "honeycred": false, "local_time": "2022-06-16 07:48:49.517501", "local_time_adjusted": "2022-06-16 07:48:49.517550", "logdata": {"PASSWORD": "asdasdas", "USERNAME": "asdjkasjkd"}, "logtype": 6001, "node_id": "SynologyDS", "src_host": "127.0.0.1", "src_port": 51768, "utc_time": "2022-06-16 07:48:49.517543"}
{"dst_host": "127.0.0.1", "dst_port": 23, "honeycred": false, "local_time": "2022-06-16 07:48:55.453303", "local_time_adjusted": "2022-06-16 07:48:55.453339", "logdata": {"PASSWORD": "ssdfds", "USERNAME": "sdfasdf"}, "logtype": 6001, "node_id": "SynologyDS", "src_host": "127.0.0.1", "src_port": 51768, "utc_time": "2022-06-16 07:48:55.453332"}
{"dst_host": "127.0.0.1", "dst_port": 23, "honeycred": false, "local_time": "2022-06-16 07:48:57.876045", "local_time_adjusted": "2022-06-16 07:48:57.876079", "logdata": {"PASSWORD": "sdfdsfs", "USERNAME": "sdfdsf"}, "logtype": 6001, "node_id": "SynologyDS", "src_host": "127.0.0.1", "src_port": 51768, "utc_time": "2022-06-16 07:48:57.876073"}
{"dst_host": "10.0.0.66", "dst_port": "23", "local_time": "2022-06-16 07:51:54.707691", "local_time_adjusted": "2022-06-16 07:51:54.707734", "logdata": {"ID": "19603", "IN": "ens3", "LEN": "40", "MAC": "02:00:17:0d:b9:1c:00:00:17:cf:6a:c2:08:00", "OUT": "", "PREC": "0x00", "PROTO": "TCP", "RES": "0x00", "SYN": "", "TOS": "0x00", "TTL": "55", "URGP": "0", "WINDOW": "18818"}, "logtype": 5001, "node_id": "SynologyDS", "src_host": "140.240.250.144", "src_port": "22928", "utc_time": "2022-06-16 07:51:54.707726"}
The Regex for each field I want to capture:
Code:
^.*dst_port": (.+?), ".*$
^.*local_time": "(.+?)\..*$
^.*PASSWORD": "(.+?)".*$
^.*USERNAME": "(.+?)".*$
^.*src_host": "(.+?)".*$

What I am looking for is a free (it’s limited volume) analysis with some pie charts that I can embed into a webpage. I managed to get this from Loggly See image). Does anyone have any ideas as to a solution?

Thanks!
 

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Some observations:
1. I am still with Loggly, the free tier gives me an overview and allows me to search the logs. I get 535 connection attempts per hour parsing a username to my OpenCanary
2. I've updated a guide I wrote as I solved some SMB logging issues that were causing a blind spot
3. The blind spot and my encouraging native with my smb.conf allowing writing of files resulted in some malware samples being stored with me :rolleyes::D I've turned read-only back on and put some canary tokens up there.....