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How to configure Suricata to not interfere with virtual machine

I'm currently planning on setting up Suricata as a firewall on my laptop. I'm wondering however if it's possible to set Suricata to not interfere with traffic to and from specific virtual machines ...
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Security Onion:snorby alerts shows all local nerwork source IP(public and private)

I have just installed Security Onion distro based on ubuntu. This distro does a great job of combining multiple tools like snort/suricata,sguil,snorby,elsa,bro ids,squert. In my Security Onion ...
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I want to filter Snort rules by date written

I would like the ability to look at Snort rules that were written in specific date ranges only given a collection of .rules files from either Sourcefire or Emerging Threats. Is this possible?
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Snort not showing dropped/blocked packets

This question is about SNORT- I m basically trying to detect PING FLOOD attack. I have included the rule**(drop icmp any any -> any any (itype:8; threshold, track by_src, count 20, ...
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State transition Analysis Technique

As far as I have read and understood STAT is a concept used to design a platform independent IDS. My doubt is whether there exists any compiler/interpreter for STAT Language as I am planning to do a ...
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Anomaly intrusion detection

Anyone know which opensource network IDSs are using anomaly techniques? My project is to compare them, so if you could give me some hints, that would be much appreciated. Currently, I am looking at ...
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SSL Certificate and IDS\IPS

I'm currently drafting an infrastructure design to provide web (internet) access to a number of users to an internal web server in our perimeter DMZ, we have no direct internet access but we do have a ...
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Difference IDS/IPS layer 2 or 3

I understand that an IDS/IPS working on layer 2 has more insight into what is going on. But considering IDS/IPS evasions, why is a layer 2 device preferable as compared to a layer 3 device that is ...
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snort per packet content whitelisting how?

What would a snort content whitelisting rule look like? I want to allow a packet as long as its content contains only a certain approved text string and nothing else. Another orthogonal question: ...