[Snort-users] Is ACID Dead?

Michael Anderson mca at ...1717...
Thu Jan 15 14:23:01 EST 2004


Come to think about it, I haven't seen Roman on the list for quite some 
time.  Quick search on 
http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=snort-users&r=1&w=2 indicates Roman 
hasn't posted since July.  Is anyone else willing to pick up where Roman 
left off?

-Mike

CGhercoias at ...8619... wrote:

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>John,
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>We are using also ACID in combination with a plug-in from snortcenter and is working great.
>Haven't heard either from Mr. Roman after I sent him few emails.
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>Thank you
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>From: McCash, John [mailto:John.McCash at ...10979...] 
>Sent: Thursday, January 15, 2004 4:12 PM
>To: snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net
>Subject: [Snort-users] Is ACID Dead?
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>Hi Everyone,
>	I've used snort and ACID off and on at several positions over the last three years, and have just noticed that ACID doesn't seem
>to have been updated since early last year. This is especially troubling in view of the fact that it's the nicest GUI front-end
>for snort that I've seen, and that since the portscan plug-in was updated in snort 2.1.0, the portscan display features of ACID
>no longer work as well. I know that if you set the output-mode to pktknudge, it at least displays the portscans, but that's not a
>very nice workaround. I dropped Roman a note in email on 1/9/04, and haven't heard back from him. Does anyone know what the
>development status of ACID is? If, in fact, it's dead, can anyone recommend something with similar functionality to replace it?
>		Thanks lots in advance
>			John
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