[Snort-users] Call for graphing feature requests in ACID
michael at ...3137...
Thu Sep 20 16:00:03 EDT 2001
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On Friday 21 September 2001 02:14, Andreas Hasenack wrote:
> Em Thu, Sep 20, 2001 at 11:58:34AM +0000, roman at ...438... escreveu:
> > What would be some of the features/options/graphs the community
> > would like ACID to produce?
> Save searches. That is, I do some search with some parameters and save
> it as, say, "nimda worm". Then I can recall that search later on without
> having to enter all the search parameters again. It would even be extra
> cool to be able to graph the results of a search without having to go
> through the alert groups.
> Today, if I want to plot an updated graph, I have to do a search and
> add the results to an alert group and then graph it.
> This saved searches could also be linked from the main page.
Something that I'd like to see if be able to graph on all alerts, or alerts
that is just from one or several sensors without putting them in an alert
group... If the above functionality gets realised this request could be
declared as completed and closed.
There is no such thing as a system that is secure out of the box.
Tim [Timothy M. Mullen, CIO of AnchorIS.Com] claimed earlier this
morning that he had found one at WalMart the other day that was
secure out of the box, but as it turns out that was a Nintendo.
- -- Jesper M Johansson, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Information
Systems at Boston University - during a SANS audio broadcast
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