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Posted 5 months ago
This new version introduces two new graphs and improves clearly an old one: the System graph. After a notable people demand, I've included a new graph to monitor IPMI sensors (temperatures, fans and voltages). The second new graph monitors an ... [More] unlimited number of MongoDB servers (either local or remote). As said, the System graph has been improved and now it includes two new subgraphs: one that shows the system's entropy and another that shows the uptime of the system. The memory graph has also been enhanced including the values of memory active and inactive. [...] [Less]
Posted over 1 year ago
Prior Monitorix versions are vulnerable to cross-site scripting (XSS), caused by improper validation of user-supplied input by the monitorix.cgi file. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability using some of the arguments provided (graph= or ... [More] when=) in a specially-crafted URL to execute script in a victim's Web browser within the security context of the hosting Web site, once the URL is clicked. An attacker could use this vulnerability to steal the victim's cookie-based authentication credentials. [...] [Less]
Posted over 1 year ago
Prior Monitorix versions are vulnerable to cross-site scripting (XSS), caused by improper validation of user-supplied input by the monitorix.cgi file. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability using some of the arguments provided (graph= or ... [More] when=) in a specially-crafted URL to execute script in a victim's Web browser within the security context of the hosting Web site, once the URL is clicked. An attacker could use this vulnerability to steal the victim's cookie-based authentication credentials. [...] [Less]
Posted over 1 year ago
Prior Monitorix versions are vulnerable to cross-site scripting (XSS), caused by improper validation of user-supplied input by the monitorix.cgi file. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability using some of the arguments provided (graph= or ... [More] when=) in a specially-crafted URL to execute script in a victim's Web browser within the security context of the hosting Web site, once the URL is clicked. An attacker could use this vulnerability to steal the victim's cookie-based authentication credentials. [...] [Less]
Posted almost 2 years ago
This new version introduces two new graphs and improves clearly an old one: the System graph. After a notable people demand, I've included a new graph to monitor IPMI sensors (temperatures, fans and voltages). The second new graph monitors an ... [More] unlimited number of MongoDB servers (either local or remote). As said, the System graph has been improved and now it includes two new subgraphs: one that shows the system's entropy and another that shows the uptime of the system. The memory graph has also been enhanced including the values of memory active and inactive. [...] [Less]
Posted almost 2 years ago
This new version introduces two new graphs and improves clearly an old one: the System graph. After a notable people demand, I've included a new graph to monitor IPMI sensors (temperatures, fans and voltages). The second new graph monitors an ... [More] unlimited number of MongoDB servers (either local or remote). As said, the System graph has been improved and now it includes two new subgraphs: one that shows the system's entropy and another that shows the uptime of the system. The memory graph has also been enhanced including the values of memory active and inactive. [...] [Less]
Posted almost 2 years ago
This new version introduces two new graphs and improves clearly an old one: the System graph. After a notable people demand, I've included a new graph to monitor IPMI sensors (temperatures, fans and voltages). The second new graph monitors an ... [More] unlimited number of MongoDB servers (either local or remote). As said, the System graph has been improved and now it includes two new subgraphs: one that shows the system's entropy and another that shows the uptime of the system. The memory graph has also been enhanced including the values of memory active and inactive. [...] [Less]
Posted almost 3 years ago
This new version introduces three more graphs and, as always, it also introduces new features and fixes some interesting bugs. The first new graph offers the possibility to monitor the network queue disciplines (qdiscs) associated to a network ... [More] interface (also called Linux Traffic Control). The second graph monitors chrony,the new NTP daemon that comes with some newer Linux distributions. Finally the third new graph monitors these temperature and CPU frequency sensors that appear (depending on your motherboard) in the /sys/devices/ filesystem tree. [...] [Less]
Posted almost 3 years ago
This new version introduces three more graphs and, as always, it also introduces new features and fixes some interesting bugs. The first new graph offers the possibility to monitor the network queue disciplines (qdiscs) associated to a network ... [More] interface (also called Linux Traffic Control). The second graph monitors chrony,the new NTP daemon that comes with some newer Linux distributions. Finally the third new graph monitors these temperature and CPU frequency sensors that appear (depending on your motherboard) in the /sys/devices/ filesystem tree. [...] [Less]
Posted almost 3 years ago
This new version introduces three more graphs and, as always, it also introduces new features and fixes some interesting bugs. The first new graph offers the possibility to monitor the network queue disciplines (qdiscs) associated to a network ... [More] interface (also called Linux Traffic Control). The second graph monitors chrony,the new NTP daemon that comes with some newer Linux distributions. Finally the third new graph monitors these temperature and CPU frequency sensors that appear (depending on your motherboard) in the /sys/devices/ filesystem tree. [...] [Less]