[Snort-users] Bad Priority setting "info-attempt"

Ben Lovett blovett at ...682...
Fri Jun 29 18:45:51 EDT 2001


Hey fellow snort users,

I just recently updated my version of snort from the CVS tree, and came
across the following error(s):

    Jun 29 15:43:35 darkstar snort: ERROR
    /usr/local/snort/rules/vision.rules(538) => Bad Priority setting
    "info-attempt" 
    Jun 29 15:43:35 darkstar snort: ERROR
    /usr/local/snort/rules/vision.rules(539) => Bad Priority setting
    "info-attempt" 

As well as Bad priority settings for system-success, suspicious,
system-attempt, etc..

I did copy the recent classification.config over to my rules directory,
and I am including the file in my snort.conf, so thats not the problem..
Is anyone else experiencing this problem, and knows of a fix for it?

Thanks!
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