- From: left_coast <void@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2006 16:32:30 -0800
I have a standalone machine with the cable Internet connection. I am
running shorewall and I read a little about Snort. It is too paranoid to
install snort on the standalone computer?
Thanks in advance...
By my understanding of "standalone computer" is that it would not be
connected to the Internet (or any other network), so yes, I would say it is
On thing about intrusion detection software is that skilled intruders know
about them and can remove the evidence of the intrusion from the logs, etc.
specially on computers that are not connected to a log host.
- slowing down the spread of worms
... Is anyone else using the "flexible response" feature of snort to slow ... I'm currently running snort against a mirror of all the traffic for two ... HTTP request sent, awaiting response... ... Read error (Connection reset by peer) in headers. ...
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