[Snort-devel] snort-inline interaction

pieter claassen pieter at ...1883...
Fri Mar 28 05:49:28 EST 2003


I have the following questions on Snort-inline.
1. Is there any way to get pre-processor matches to be dropped.
2. Can anybody please point me to more info on the preprocessors (how
they work and how to write them)?
3. Why does my nmap scans slow down by an order of magnitude if I
activate the bridge filtering firewall and snort inline?
4. Will the snort-inline patch work on v2.0?

Thanks,
Pieter
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