[Snort-users] System hardening
tslighter at ...5174...
Wed Sep 3 10:38:20 EDT 2003
Sorry about that on the eeprom security. if you are booted into the OS you
will need to do this:
otherwise if using OpenPROM then you would issue the setenv security-mode
From: John Creegan [mailto:jcreegan at ...9729...]
Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2003 8:28 AM
To: snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Snort-users] System hardening
I've got the basic snort and reporting systems up and running (snort,
ACID, MySQL) and I'm ready to turn my attention to protecting/hardening
my system (Solaris 8 on SPARC) before I do any more with snort
(barnyard, oinkmaster, etc.)
I'm looking at a tool (yassp) for going beyond the system hardening
described in the docs. I can't find any mention of it (so far) in the
archives, FAQ or the recommended three books. Yassp seems a bit old.
It may work well for Solaris 8, but it appears there's been no recent
support for it.
Does anyone think it's worth hardening a system so much? I've already
got tripwire running but that, to me, is a reactive approach. I'd
rather prevent someone from changing my system files than to know they
already did it.
I'm aware that unless I proceed carefully I can make the system useless
for its intended purpose, running snort.
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