Elasticsearch is a full-text search engine and it’s used widely across a lot of security tools.
dnsmonster supports Elastic 7.x out of the box. The support for 6.x and 8.x has not been tested.
There is also a fork of Elasticsearch called Opendistro, later renamed to Opensearch. Both are compatible with 7.10.x Elastic, so it should also be supported too.
[elastic_output] ; What should be written to elastic. options: ; 0: Disable Output ; 1: Enable Output without any filters ; 2: Enable Output and apply skipdomains logic ; 3: Enable Output and apply allowdomains logic ; 4: Enable Output and apply both skip and allow domains logic ElasticOutputType = 0 ; elastic endpoint address, example: http://127.0.0.1:9200. Used if elasticOutputType is not none ElasticOutputEndpoint = ; elastic index ElasticOutputIndex = default ; Send data to Elastic in batch sizes ElasticBatchSize = 1000 ; Interval between sending results to Elastic if Batch size is not filled ElasticBatchDelay = 1s
Last modified April 17, 2022: output documentation (bd4c105)