[Snort-users] Snort Event Ids on win2000
michaels at ...9077...
Tue May 27 20:20:04 EDT 2003
Not real sure what you're trying to do here. If you have Snort configured to
log to Syslog then you will only get a single line of text from the actual
Logging to Syslog is generally used for Emailing alerts based on a specific
pattern. You can use ACID or Snortsnarf to view the complete alert, but you
will need to setup a Viewer like ACID or Snortsnarf (there are others).
The actual alert.ids file (Snort log) can be found in the /log folder where
you specified the -l in your run line.
System Engineer / Security Support Technician
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Subject: [Snort-users] Snort Event Ids on win2000
Is there documentation of the Snort Event Ids that one
could find in the Application Event Log of Windows
2000 ? If Snort doesn't write to the Event log on
win2000 where might I find 'log' type information ?
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