I'm attempting to show that an IPS works by intentionally violating its rules, and the rule that I can't figure out how to violate is "block NetBIOS over TCP". Does anyone know how to do this? Is ...
I'm not sure if this is the right site to ask, so I apologise if it isn't, but here goes. A while ago I started noticing some odd behaviour. My Gmail account was compromised, it seemed, and I had to ...
I understand that there are many applications such as Snort that do the job for network layer 3 IDS. From what I have researched, layer 2 wireless IDS seems like a field that is very slow in ...
I'm trying to develop an IDS/IPS system project to include these elements: A router running OpenWRT running Kismet drone (Attitude Adjustment 12.09rc1) A Linux server (Running Kismet server + client) ...
I want to analyse my network traffic against intrusions or hackers. I looked at Snort but it seems difficult to install on Windows and overly complex anyway. When I issue a netstat -a, I see various ...
I am implementing an IDS and just want to know that what are the possibilities with which the intrusion can occur.I am just doing a literature survey over the atacks possible so I want to know that ...
In my organization, we have an IPS behind a firewall. Each time a security event is triggered, I am left to wonder if the attack is really successful. For events that are set to drop in inline, we can ...
I have created a VPN service using Routing And Remote Services on Windows Server 2008 and I haven't configured any Server Network Policy yet. There is only one user for connecting to VPN and all of ...
I understand that most NIPS these days have either rules or signatures built in to them and perhaps gathering information prior to deployment may help in fine-tuning the rules / signature once the IPS ...
What type of attacks are there that do not use open TCP or open UDP ports? Is it safe to assume that no open ports means no remote access? (Excluding the possibility that there is a badware already ...
I have been using FlowMatrix. What do others do on the cheap?