[Snort-users] IDScenter 1.09 beta 2 released -- New features like Snort configuration wizard, MySQL alert detection, etc..

Vadim Pushkin wiskbroom at ...125...
Tue Jul 9 07:07:28 EDT 2002

This seems to run your sensor on windoze. Can one use the
windoze GUI against say either a Linux or OpenBSD sensor
that captures to MySQL, of course on either Linux or Open
BSD as well?

Thank you,


>From: Kistler Ueli <iuk at ...1171...>
>To: Snort Users <snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net>
>Subject: [Snort-users] IDScenter 1.09 beta 2 released -- New features like 
>Snort configuration wizard, MySQL alert detection, etc..
>Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2002 23:15:29 +0200
>Hash: SHA1
>.. just released IDScenter 1.09 beta 2! Check it out ;-)
>I moved the site to www.packx.net. IDScenter can soon also be
>downloaded from several security sites.
>here's a description if you don't know idscenter already.. :
>Snort IDScenter is a GUI for Snort IDS on Windows platforms.
>Configuration and management of the IDS can be done using IDScenter.
>Main features are: Snort configuration wizard (variables,
>plugins, output plugins, rulesets), alert notification via e-mail,
>or only visual notification, alert file monitoring (up to 10 files),
>MySQL alert detection, Log rotation (compressed archiving of log
>AutoBlock (using NetworkICE BlackICE Defender you can block attackers
>IP's that Snort logged), integrated log viewer (supports text files,
>and HTML/webpages), program execution if an attack was detected, test
>configuration feature, etc.
>There's also an XML data server available (free) on www.packx.net.
>   Ueli Kistler (eclipse at ...5277... / iuk at ...1171...)
>   PackX Team
>   www.packx.net
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