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Wednesday, October 14 • 12:20pm - 12:40pm
Day 2 - How to set your logs on fire with Emoji-🔥 - Benjamin Berens & Jan Grashöfer LIMITED

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How to set your logs on fire with Emoji-🔥 - Benjamin Berens & Jan Grashöfer

Summary: First Jan will present the idea of the Emojifier, explain how we
implemented it and how the Emojifier can be extended (~10min). Then
Benjamin will give a brief introduction to our plans to investigate
potential benefits of applying the emojifier in production or education
(~2min). Finally we would like to discuss the Emojifier's practical
relevance with the audience (using polls, if possible).

Abstract: The Emojifier is a small Zeek script that saw the of the day in the
first Zeek contest. The script extends Zeek's connection log with
emojies that visualize special properties of a connection. In our talk
we will describe how we brought color into Zeek logs and present our
plan to investigate possible real- applications. Finally, we would
like to learn: What do you think about in your logs?

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Speakers
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Jan Grashöfer

KIT - Karlsruher Institute for Technology
Jan is a PhD student at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). In his research he focuses on performance aspects of network monitoring. Jan started to work with Zeek in 2015. Among his contributions are the AF_Packet plugin and a rework of the intelligence framework.
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Benjamin Berens

KIT - Karlsruher Institute for Technology
Benjamin is a PhD candidate at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).In his research he focuses on various security aspects in conjunctionwith human factors. Benjamin tries to help users get more familiar withand enjoy using IT security.



Wednesday October 14, 2020 12:20pm - 12:40pm PDT
Online - Zoom Meeting Room