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Monitorix Panel - Detect

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What is the "Monitorix Panel - Detect" module?

The "Monitorix Panel - Detect" module is designed to detect the presence of the Monitorix panel. Monitorix is a free, open-source monitoring tool that provides detailed system and network monitoring capabilities. This module focuses on identifying instances of the Monitorix panel and provides information about its configuration.

This module has an informative severity level, which means it provides valuable information but does not indicate a vulnerability or misconfiguration.

This module was authored by geeknik.


The impact of detecting the Monitorix panel is primarily informational. It helps users and administrators identify the presence of Monitorix and gain insights into the system and network monitoring capabilities it offers. This information can be useful for understanding the monitoring setup and potential security implications.

How does the module work?

The "Monitorix Panel - Detect" module works by sending an HTTP GET request to the target system's Monitorix panel endpoint. It then applies matching conditions to determine if the response indicates the presence of the Monitorix panel.

One example of a matching condition is checking for specific HTML elements in the response body, such as "<!-- graph table begins -->" and "Global kernel usage</b>". These elements are typically present in the Monitorix panel's HTML output.

The module also verifies that the HTTP response status is 200, indicating a successful request.

By combining these matching conditions, the module can accurately detect the Monitorix panel.

For more information about Monitorix, you can visit the official website:

Metadata: max-request: 1

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Concurrent Requests (1)
1. HTTP Request template
Matching conditions
word: <!-- graph table begins -->, Global kern...and
status: 200
Passive global matcher
No matching conditions.
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