Firegen 3.0 Log Analyzer is a firewall log analyzer developed by firewall administrators. Its purpose is to replicate the steps that a "real world" firewall administrator would take in analyzing firewall logs.
It provides support for several types of firewalls: Cisco Pix, Cisco ASA, Cisco FWSM, Juniper, Sonicwall, Netscreen, SGS, Fortigate and AdTran
It also links to our central database with the latest information about various types of messages generated by the firewall.
Firegen Beta 4.0 Log Analyzer provides support for files larger than 2 Gb, running on 64 bit platforms, with the resources limited only by the underlying hardware. The new version provides machine learning-based anomaly detection, detecting unusual patterns in your log data based on the previous analysis.
Firegen 4.0 can run in parallel with version 3.0 and it can be tested for 30 days.
Send us your log and we will reply with a full Firegen report obtained from your data.
If your firewall it not currently supported by Firegen we will add support for it in less than 48 hours!
Firegen cannot detect the format of your log? Send us a small log sample and we will send you back all the information required to get your log analyzed. Or, if you wish to configure it yourself, please see the Firegen 3.0 Custom Log Patterns Explained article.
Not sure how to configure your Kiwi Syslog server? Please see this example on how to configure it so the log entries contain all the information required by Firegen.
Customizable on request
Various payment types supported
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Ryan Jacobson, Senior Network Engineer: "Firegen has saved so much time and money. I can nail down issues in minutes rather then days. I read the logs from all 3 PIX firewalls everyday looking for anomalies. It's the best product we got, it never fails. We are parsing 600Meg – 1Gig log files every night with this and it rocks."
Eric B. Rux, Information Systems Manager, Microsoft MVP: "I think your product is outstanding. Every morning, I have two emails waiting for me. One for the Event Logs (MoniLog), and the other for the PIX logs (Firegen). I recommend you guys every chance I get. You make my life MUCH easier."