Snort is an open source network intrusion detection and prevention system (NIDS/NIPS).

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Help setting up Snort on Windows 7

I'm configuring Snort on Windows 7 with the help of this guy and I'm stuck at the following line in the config file: List of DNS servers on your network. I have multiple, how do I separate them? ...
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Snort rules question [closed]

I just noticed my snort rules fired today on this, on a brand new ossim server I was testing. "shellcode x86 inc ebx noo" on with the source ip from Canada. The destination was my ossim server. Any ...
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Bench marking Snort and other IDS/IPS

I am looking for facts and figures of research or surveys done which have bench-marked Snort with other IDS/IPS on various parameters like overall performance, accuracy, speed, documentation, ...
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Vulnerability scanner tools to use with Snort

We plan to add Snort with the firewall for our network to have improved security. The purpose, apart from protection from malicious traffic, is to customize Snort to detect and block specific traffic ...
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What IDS Do you recommend? [closed]

I am running a Debian Squeeze VPS and need a good IDS. I have used snort before and it was quite good but i am wandering if there are any other good ones out there. Preferably compatible with ...
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SSL protocol issues on OS X and iOS

I have a PfSense box as a UTM, running snort among other things. I started noticing that when MacBooks and iPhones/iPods connect to my network, the snort log gets flooded with this message: ...
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Is there a Snort rule that equates to “something suspicious flagged from a client side application?”

The reasoning is what if an enterprise monitors snort alerts more-so than say syslog. Is there a specific pre-defined alert for 'client side app says something fishy is going on'?
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Logging True/False Negatives on Snort

I'm using Snort in a lab environmnet with artificially generated traffic. I'm looking to build a confusion matrix from known generated attacks. True Positives and False Positives are easy to parse ...