Esler, Joel - Contractor
joel.esler at ...783...
Tue Aug 3 11:23:13 EDT 2004
This would be an awesome function to use, however, it should flag on
HTTP traffic !$HTTP_PORTS That might be a bit easier to code.
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Subject: Re: [Snort-sigs] http_inspect
On Thu, Jul 29, Esler, Joel - Contractor wrote:
> detect_anomalous_servers config for http_inspect. When I turn it
> it works, but it detects return HTTP traffic as opposed to
> traffic to non $HTTP_SERVERS, I am assuming that this is the
> with it right now and they are going to fix it? Or do I
> something misconfig?
Hi Joel! Thanks for working with me on this.
For others who might be experiencing similar results, the issue is
related to not having a default entry for non-anomalous ports. We're
going to redefine anomalous servers to be specific to certain
network(s), we think this will help curb false alerts. Look for a commit
to HEAD in the Near Future (tm).
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