[Snort-users] weird behaviour with Puresecure

Omolayo Salako OSalako at ...5295...
Mon May 6 13:48:05 EDT 2002


Anyone else experiencing this problem. i have recently upgraded to demarc
1.6 and wanted to pass some command line options to snort through
Puresecure. i edited the psd.conf, which i beleive is the equivalent of
demarcd.conf in the old demarc. i put options in where it says command line
option to pass to snort. since the update has to be done by Puresecure, went
to the gui, and click on validate, it updates the rules quite well, but i
dont see my command line options, in the options it passed to snort. i have
poked through all the files under puresecure directory, but could not find
anyother file that might be controling the command line options. Any
pointers would be appreciated


thanx
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Vadim Pushkin [mailto:wiskbroom at ...125...]
Sent: Monday, May 06, 2002 3:18 PM
To: Noller2G at ...4290...; snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [Snort-users] Demarc (PureSecure)


The one problem that I am having with Acid/Mysql
is speed. If I were to use PureSecure, wouldn't
I sill be going against the same slow MySQL server?

-mike


>From: "Noller, Gregory" <Noller2G at ...4290...>
>To: 
>"'snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net'"<snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net>
>Subject: [Snort-users] Demarc (PureSecure)
>Date: Fri, 3 May 2002 13:34:36 -0500
>
>I have been using Demarc 1.05 since October.  It was hard to set up, but 
>was
>much better than Acid and such.
>
>Now they have released 1.06 and are calling it PureSecure.  Much better
>setup script.  Easy in fact.
>
>Just want to let you know, if you have not tried Demarc/PureSecuregive it a
>shot.
>
>Just build you a new Linux 7.2 box, get a copy of the software and run the
>./configure script in the install directory.  You will need internet
>visability because it goes out and downloads all the pieces.
>
>Once it's running, you'll need to update the rules from the configure tab 
>to
>get the rules downloaded.
>
>Then sit back and watch.  Then you can edit your rules and snort.conf file
>from the configure tab.
>
>This software really works.
>
>I don't work for them, have never met them, and just wanted to comment on
>this product.
>
>Usual Disclaimers Apply
>
>Gregory Noller
>Senior IT Security Technologist
>Technology Risk Services
>Koch Business Solutions, LP
>Wichita, Kansas
>(316) 828-7725
>
>
>
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