[Snort-users] ACID gives erroneous information
josh.berry at ...10221...
Sun Feb 29 10:45:06 EST 2004
ACID is just a cache for alerts. When you delete alerts out of ACID I
don't believe that it deletes them out of the Snort tables. Therefore if
you deleted some alerts out of ACID they will still be in the Snort event
table and therefore you will see a difference in the amount.
I am not sure about this but I think that is what is happening.
> I'm using ACID to see the Snort output, but when checking with the raw
> data, I
> see some mysterious results:
> In my event table, I see 80 events (it's just a recently reseted test
> environment :-) ), but acid_alert only contains 38 records!
> All other data (number of destination IP's and so on that ACID gives are
> to (logic, as ACID hasn't used all the records it should use...)
> What goes wrong? Or is there a way to interpret the events that I'm
> of? (i.e. are not all different records, different alerts?) This still
> me with the question why there are more IP destinations found when I join
> event on iphdr (on sid and cid), as distinct ip addresses clearly belong
> different event recordings...
> Erwin Van de Velde
> Student of University of Antwerp
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