[Snort-devel] Piping the Snort log output to a MySQL database in Windows

Joel Esler (jesler) jesler at cisco.com
Thu Dec 27 13:14:27 EST 2018

You should check out winsnort.com.  To my knowledge there is not a way to “pipe” into MySQL.  

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> On Dec 27, 2018, at 11:28, Don Hall <dhall at rmscollects.com> wrote:
> To the Snort community, a question –
> I am in Windows, running Snort 2.9.12 and doing logging.
> I want to pipe the output that goes to console (screen) or out to the log output,
> And rather than wait to read it back in, via the –r option,
> I want to “Pipe” it (use the output of one process as the input of another process)
> Out to MySQL (version 8.0.13), or out to a file to use it as an input buffer, filling
> At the same time, rather than waiting until later to process it.
> I am reading how I can do it via a Python script, but I want to be able to do
> The piping in Snort (for Windows).
> I also see how I can do it in Snort (Linux version), but we are in a Windows
> Environment.
> Regards,
> Don Hall
> Snort user, in Windows
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