The latest releases of Super Mediator 1.x are listed below.

See also the latest Super Mediator 2.x pre-releases and all Super Mediator releases.

Super Mediator Binary Package

On a Redhat, Fedora, or RPM-based host, the easiest way to install Super Mediator is using the CERT Linux Forensics Tools Repository.

Follow their instructions to add the Tools Reposistory to the locations your system looks for packages, and use yum to find the Super Mediator package and yum will install its dependencies.

You may also choose to download the Super Mediator package from their site and install Super Mediator and its dependencies manually.

super_mediator Release 1.9.1, 2023-Feb-9




  • Made the configure test for OpenSSL more robust to support newer releases.
  • Fixed a compilation error on some systems due to a misplaced #include.

super_mediator Release 1.9.0, 2022-Jun-8




  • Added support for labeling records based on data from a SiLK IPSet or a SiLK Prefix Map.
  • Added support for labeling records with a sensor and flowtype similar to SiLK's rwflowpack tool.
  • Added support for OpenSSL 3.0.1.
  • Changed JSON output of SSL records for unknown sslObjectType values: For unknown value X, key sslCertObjectIDX is replaced by sslCertIssuerObjectIdX or sslCertSubObjectIdX. When X is 1, EmailAddress is used (e.g., sslCertIssuerEmailAddress) and when X is 25 DomainComponent is used.
  • Changed the super_mediator.spec file to configure the build using --with FEATURE options to rpmbuild.
  • Fixed a small bug in JSON output of rewritten SSL certificates.
  • Fixed bugs in TEXT export of very old YAF SSL data.
  • Changed the template scopes for the YAF stats template and Tombstone template to match those used by YAF.
  • Fixed a bug in MAC address printing where a trailing ":" appeared.