[Snort-users] Leasing snort system

Harper, Patrick patrick.harper at ...11593...
Tue Apr 20 06:50:05 EDT 2004


You can build one in two to four hours.  Go to
http://www.internetsecurityguru.com/documents  The first link is a new
doc that uses RPM's, I built a sensor last night in two hours (that was
installing from an NFS share so with CD's it might take another 20
minutes)  The full source install takes about 4 hours.  If you in the
Dallas area let me know but at a glance it looks like you in the NY
area.
 
If you follow it line by line (the source doc for sure, I have not had
anyone test the RPM doc besides me doing it about 10 times, but it has
worked for me every time.)  it will work
  
 
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From: Mario Guerendo [mailto:m.guerendo at ...5068...] 
Sent: Monday, April 19, 2004 2:54 PM
To: snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Snort-users] Leasing snort system



Hi Everyone,

 

I was just thinking, and was wondering if I could lease a working snort
system for approximately 5 days.  Just so I can collect data like DoS
(i.e. ping attacks).  I will actually generate those attacks myself and
record the response on snort.  I tried to configure snort on my system
but was never successful, I am running out of time.  

Would anyone have such a system?  Basically configured to collect
intrusions (DoS preferably).  I just want to be able to send echos to
the system so I can collect them.  Thx.

 

 

 

Thx.

 

Mario.

 




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