[Snort-sigs] rule for Non-SSL traffic on SSL port?
Hellman.Matthew at ...3235...
Fri Jun 16 08:53:04 EDT 2006
Moderator: 2nd try, this time as registered user.
What I'm trying to accomplish can't be done with the commercial IPS we
currently use. I don't know a lot about Snort, and thought I'd see if it
might be up to the task.
Basically, I'm looking for a solution to alert me when a session on TCP
port 443 is not actually SSL. I want at most a single alarm per TCP
session. At a conceptual level, the solution would look for the SSL
handshake early in a TCP session and alert if it was not seen. Or
something like that anyway. Can this be done with Snort?
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