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Passwords — Security Onion 16.04.7.3 documentation

https://docs.securityonion.net/en/16.04/passwords.html

OS user account¶. When you first install Security Onion, you go through the standard Ubuntu installer and create a user account for yourself. If you need to change your user password, you can use the passwd command:

Passwords — Security Onion 2.3 documentation

https://docs.securityonion.net/en/2.3/passwords.html

Security Onion Console (SOC) ¶ Log into Security Onion Console (SOC) using the username and password you created in the Setup wizard. You can change your password in Security Onion Console (SOC) by clicking the user icon in the upper right corner and then clicking Settings:

Security Onion Configuration in VMware

Security Onion Configuration in VMware

Security Onion configuration is now completed. You will see it will launch icon for SGUIL, Squert, and ELSA. Now click on the squil icon and then enter the username and password to login into sguil. Select network eth1 to be the monitor as shown in given below image and click on “start SGUIL”

Security Onion Solutions

https://securityonionsolutions.com/
Security Onion Solutions, LLC is the creator and maintainer of Security Onion, a free and open source platform for threat hunting, network security monitoring, and log management. Security Onion includes best-of-breed open source tools such as Suricata, Zeek, Wazuh, the Elastic Stack, among many others.

Security Onion

https://blog.securityonion.net/
Security Onion 16.04. … Login to Security Onion Console (SOC) SOC Overview Page: … the default configuration is for the manager to update the Docker images for the entire deployment so it should only be 30 docker pulls for the entire deployment. Therefore, Security Onion 2 should be less likely to hit the rate limit than Security Onion 16 …

Setting up Security Onion at home | By Z3R0th – eForensics

https://eforensicsmag.com/setting-up-security-onion-at-home-by-z3r0th/

Setting up Security Onion at home First off, what exactly is Security Onion and why do I care about this? From their website, it is described as: “Security Onion is a free and open source Linux distribution

Security Onion Console (SOC) — Security Onion 2.3 …

https://docs.securityonion.net/en/2.3/soc.html
Depending on the options you chose in the installer, connect to the IP address or hostname of your Security Onion installation. Then login using the email address and password that you specified in the installer. Once logged in, you’ll notice the user menu in the upper right corner:

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