[Snort-users] snort inline && current rules.

Josh Berry josh.berry at ...10221...
Tue Nov 25 19:19:02 EST 2003


The best location to get Snort-Inline is http://snort-inline.sourceforge.net.

This site has the most up-to-date copy.

> I need an inline snort to help control some of the attacks against our
> windows servers.  They aren't high-speed access, so the sluggishness
> shouldn't be noticed.
>
> When I run the compiled inline version with -T I see a bunch of:
>
>  Unknown keyword 'byte_jump' in rule!
>
> along with byte_test and rawbytes
>
> There are way to many of these that will be ignored for me to not try to
> resolve this.
>
> I've adding the sp_byte_jump and sp_byte_test source files from the 2.0rc3
> to the inline detection plugins section, but I'm keep having to drag more
> and more files from th 2.0 into the inline src to get through compile
> problems, and then some of the inline files don't like the new source
> files... the problem grows bigger and bigger.
>
>
> So now I'm wondering, is there a newer version of the inline?  Or is there
> an easier way to do this (maybe pull just a few of the inline files into
> the
> 2.0 src?).
>
> The inline source I'm using is the snort-inline.tgz on this page:
> http://www.snort.org/dl/contrib/patches/inline/.
>
> Thanks for any help/comments.
>
>
>
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Thanks,
Josh Berry, CTO
LinkNet-Solutions
469-831-8543
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