Arkime (formerly Moloch) is a large-scale, open-source, indexed packet capture and search tool.
Augment your current security infrastructure to store and
index network traffic in standard PCAP format.
Arkime is not meant to replace Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) but instead provides more visibility.
Access to Arkime is protected by using HTTPS with digest passwords or by using an authentication-providing web server proxy. All PCAPs are stored on the installed Arkime sensors and are only available through the Arkime web interface or API. Arkime supports encrypting PCAP files at rest.
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Arkime is designed to be deployed across multiple clustered systems, providing the ability to scale to handle multiple gigabits per second of traffic. PCAP retention is based on available sensor disk space, while metadata retention is based on the scale of the OpenSearch/Elasticsearch cluster. Both can be increased at any time.
A web application is provided for PCAP browsing, searching, analysis, and PCAP carving for exporting. Arkime stores and exports all packets in standard PCAP format, allowing you to use your favorite PCAP ingestion tools during your analysis workflow.
Exposed APIs allow PCAP data and JSON-formatted session data to be downloaded directly.
The username and password are both
Warning: Anyone can see anything you upload.
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The Sessions page displays a list of indexed sessions for the selected time period and search expression. It includes a timeline graph and a map of the session results.
The search bar allows for powerful search queries to narrow down the data. Choose the owl to display available fields and expression syntax.
Get more information about any session and view the session's packet data by choosing the + button.
Hover and click any value to view a dropdown menu of actions, such as applying that value as search criteria.
You can export search results as PCAP or CSV by choosing the actions () dropdown menu on the top right.
Click and drag an area in the timeline to filter sessions by time.
Choose a country on the map to apply it as search criteria.
The Session Profile Information (SPI) View page allows you to view unique values with session counts for each of the captured fields.
Select any section to open or close any field category.
Search for fields within a category by using the input box within the category.
Select a field in the top section of a category to toggle the field's visibility. You can also select the Load All or Unload All buttons to load or unload all the fields in that category.
Choose the dropdown menu on any field to view actions that can be performed on that field, such as exporting unique values and opening the SPI Graph page.
Choose the cancel button on the top right of the page if the page is taking a long time to load data or you made a mistake when you issued a query.
The Session Profile Information (SPI) Graph page shows a temporal view for the top unique values of any field.
The first timeline graph and map show an aggregation of all the results below. Choose the x button on this map to hide all maps.
Make a selection from the SPI Graph dropdown menu on the top left to view the unique values for different fields.
Change the Max Elements dropdown menu selection to display more results.
Change the Sort by dropdown menu selection to change how the results are sorted. By default, the results are sorted starting with the highest unique field value.
The Connections page shows a network graph of your search results.
Click and drag a node to lock it into place on the graph.
Hover over a node or a link to view more information (or to hide it).
Change the Node/Link Weight dropdown menu selection to change how the node and link sizes are calculated.
Make a selection from the Src or Dst dropdown menus to visualize your data based upon different captured field relationships.
Save the graph as a PNG!
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