Welcome to the Zeek Newsletter.
In this Issue:
- Development Updates
- Zeek in the Community
- Zeek in the Enterprise
- Upcoming Events
- Zeek Package Updates
- Get Involved
We released more code this month. See below for details.
Tim released two Zeek updates since the last newsletter. The latest was on 22 June: Zeek LTS pre-release candidate version 6.0.0-rc3.
Benjamin released two Spicy updates since the last newsletter. The latest was on 5 July: Spicy bugfix release 1.8.1:
Zeek in the Community
On 21 June Arne reminded the community that we are retiring zeekurity/zeek Docker images:
Please switch to using container images from zeek/zeek, or public.ecr.aws/zeek/zeek instead.
Zeek helped monitor the Black Hat Asia 2023 network. See this blog post for details:
Zeek in the Enterprise
Corelight is heavily leveraging Zeek in its new software collection for monitoring Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Internet of Things (IoT) devices:
The next Zeek Community Call is 5 July at 1 pm ET. There is no need to register. Here is the Zoom link:
Zeek Package Updates
Changes to packages are available via this search:
The https://packages.zeek.org site reported the last 5 updates as of 2 June:
7/5/23, 4:12 AM shodan-zeek
7/3/23, 12:38 AM anomalous-dns
6/30/23, 6:47 AM zeek-parser-CCLinkField-CCLinkControl
6/30/23, 6:46 AM zeek-parser-CCLinkFieldBasic
6/29/23, 6:14 PM zeekjs
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