[Snort-users] May be slightly off topic but...

Taylor, Graham GrahamTaylor at ...7231...
Mon Oct 21 06:57:08 EDT 2002

	I am using snort and ACID, I am trying to sort the alerts for a
particular ip address by the sensor and alert number below is a selection of
the alerts

#50-(7-10290)        (60)Unknown Sig Name        2002-10-21 11:05:52        TCP     
#51-(7-10291)        (60)Unknown Sig Name        2002-10-21 11:05:52        TCP     
#52-(7-10288)        (60)Unknown Sig Name        2002-10-21 11:05:52        TCP     
#53-(7-10289)        (60)Unknown Sig Name        2002-10-21 11:05:52        TCP     
#54-(7-10287)        WEB-CGI GIF89a        2002-10-21 11:05:52        TCP    

The number I wish to sort on is the (7-102xx) I was hoping that one of you
guys more used to using Snort/Acid could give me an idea as to how to do
this :)


Graham Taylor

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