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HTTP log monitoring console for Humans

Project description

HTTP log monitoring console for Humans
  • watch and log all HTTP traffic of system
  • generate log in w3c log format
  • show status about total requests, maximum hits, requests in a timespan
  • alert when traffic is above a customizable threshold
  • can log to a custom log file also

Watch Doga in action

Doga

How to let Doga watch for your traffic

sudo pip install doga

install doga to your machine, you can also use easy_install

using Doga requires sudo privilege to run as it explicitly uses socket interface

sudo doga

start watching for your traffic

sudo doga -f filename.txt

write logs to a custom log file filename.txt also

sudo doga -t VALUE

update threshold value to VALUE on which Doga start alerting

Jump between 'Doga Logs' and 'Alert History' sections using 'Ctrl+N'

Doga's GUI is not responsive yet so it will raise exceptions on smaller screen size.

How it’s made

  • Doga’s GUI is built on top of npyscreen
  • Doga uses Python’s socket interface library to deal with all TCP/IP/Packets and Bla Bla Bla things

What?

don’t you know Doga? watch out then, He is after you.
Doga Rules

“Doga Rules” by Promotional file released by Raj Comics for promotional purposes. Licensed under Fair use of copyrighted material in the context of Doga (comics) via Wikipedia


built with Muzi and Appy by Pravendra Singh

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