[37] We replaced our HIDS solution with WAZUH and have not looked back.

Steps for installing WAZUH all in one instance. These are the steps we used including the steps for installing the agents on Linux, windows and macOS / OSX.

The back story for the guide is we used OSSEC for many years and our setup worked fine with sending the OSSEC events to a syslog server for additional reporting. We decided to move to WAZUH as it has a nice interface and reporting. Also the installation and management of the solution is straight forward and simple to use. We have subsequently convinced and started to migrate some of our clients to WAZUH with great results and positive feedback. We therefore decided to put this quick guide together to provide our clients and the community a quick reference to deploy their own standalone instance should they want to.  The all in one install we deployed can support up to +/- 100 agents.

The guide used in this tutorial can be found in the YouTube description section of the video guide.

QRadar 7.3.1 (CE) Community Edition – Install – Start to Finish – (Unofficial)

QRadar Community Edition 7.3.1 is a fully-featured version of QRadar that you can use at home or in your lab. A new feature of QRadar Community Edition 7.3.1 enables IBM Security X-Force® Threat Intelligence IP reputation for use.

Note: “# sudo /opt/qradar/support/changePasswd.sh -a” command is used to set the QRadar WUI admin password at the end of the installation.

QRadar Community Edition v7.3.0 is the previous release.

Q1 LABS, QRADAR and the ‘Q’ Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of IBM Corp. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

This is an unofficial video.

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QRadar 7.3.0 (CE) Community Edition – Install – Start to Finish – (Unofficial)

QRadar Community Edition v7.3.0 is a fully-featured version of QRadar that you can use at home or in your lab. As the QRadar Community Edition install is slightly different from the Standard / traditional QRadar installation. Thought there was value in creating this walk-through.

QRadar Community Edition v7.3.1 has been released. QRadar Community Edition v7.3.1

Note: “# sudo /opt/qradar/support/changePasswd.sh -a” command is used to set the QRadar WUI admin password at the end of the installation.

Links for the ISO’s used:

CentOS

QRadar CE

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