[Snort-users] -z est missing alerts?

Martin Roesch roesch at ...1935...
Tue Jan 8 20:03:03 EST 2002


I've been trying to reproduce this on both Linux and FreeBSD, so far
I've been unable to do so.  Looks like I need more info from the
original poster.

     -Marty

Brian Smith wrote:
> 
> yes. I found that running with '-z est' dropped alerts too. I couldn't figure out why, as the alerts I was triggering definitely included 2-way 'established' traffic. I sent a bug report but never heard anything back (maybe I didn't send enough info. This was 1.8.1 I believe.
> 
> On Tue, Jan 08, 2002 at 10:07:04AM -0200, Andreas Hasenack wrote:
> > snort-1.8.3
> > I then restart snort with -z est and hit ctrl-r on lynx. Snort doesn't see
> > this anymore. I remove the -z est switch, hit ctrl-r and snort sees the
> > attack again.
> 
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