[Snort-users] Anyone got a rule for the latest Cisco bug?

twig les twigles at ...131...
Thu Jul 17 17:44:05 EDT 2003

If you create a variable in snort.conf for your Cisco interfaces
(including loopbacks?  hmmm...) and use that variable as the
destination instead of "any" you might actually get some good
mileage from the examples below.  Of course I'm not too familiar
with these protocols so they may have a legitimate reason to
talk directly to a router, but I doubt it (aside from NAT).

May the schwartz be with *you*

> so all we can do for now is something like this:
> alert ip any any -> any any (msg:"DOS Cisco SWIPE Protocol";
> ip_proto:53;)
> alert ip any any -> any any (msg:"DOS Cisco IP Mobility
> Protocol";
> ip_proto:55;)
> alert ip any any -> any any (msg:"DOS Cisco Sun ND Protocol";
> ip_proto:77;)
> alert ip any any -> any any (msg:"DOS Cisco PIM Protocol";
> ip_proto:103;)
> Depending on what type of network you are on, those could be
> very noisy,
> so use at your own risk.  Also, if you are using
> spp_conversation, it
> could be picking up rogue packets if its configured properly:
> preprocessor conversation: allowed_ip_protocols 1 6 17 47 89,
> timeout
> 180, max_conversations 65535, alert_odd_protocols
> That is what I'm currently using, and I haven't heard a peep
> yet. 
> May the force be with you,
> -jon
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