[Snort-users] Call for graphing feature requests in ACID

John Berkers berjo at ...827...
Sun Sep 23 05:25:01 EDT 2001

I suppose a three day moving average for portscans would be too much to ask
for (Especially since I am not currently logging them)?

Seriously,  a graph of AG alerts vs total alerts, or AG graphs broken down
by signature type could be useful.


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Sent: Thursday, 20 September 2001 21:59
To: Reeves, Michael (GEAE, Compaq)
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Subject: [Snort-users] Call for graphing feature requests in ACID

What would be some of the features/options/graphs the community
would like ACID to produce?


On Thu, 20 Sep 2001, Reeves, Michael (GEAE, Compaq) wrote:

Maybe I should do some clarification.. I was looking for something more
flexible than the stuff built into ACID. Looks like so far that I am going
to have to start rocking out some exel stuff. I was hoping for a better
reporting package out there to save me some time. Also I would like to make
comparison graphs.. Like codered probes vs nimda vs unix attacks.. So I
guess my real question is there something out there already or should I fire
up exel?


-----Original Message-----
From: Reeves, Michael (GEAE, Compaq) [mailto:michael.reeves at ...3457...]
Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2001 8:48 AM
To: 'snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net'
Subject: [Snort-users] I need pretty graphs in some sort of word/txt
file format


        I use ACID and MySQL and I need a way to get pretty graphs in some
sort of word format. I use the graphs in ACID but I need something more than
I can use as a screen capture.. Anyone have any suggestions? Is there
something else out there?

Mike Reeves

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