[Snort-users] Is there such a thing as a morning after IDS?

M. Morgan mikemorgan at ...468...
Mon May 10 11:43:09 EDT 2004


you can probably modify the code for SnortSlinger.

http://www.venom600.org/code/SnortSlinger/



-----Original Message-----
From: "Jacob, Raymond A Jr" <raymond.jacob at ...7622...>
Sent: May 8, 2004 2:54 PM
To: snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Snort-users] Is there such a thing as a morning after IDS?

I am looking for a tool that will report the number of attacks the associated source ip addresses and destination network addresses that occurred on the previous day.

 Number of attacks     | Signature | Source IP | Source port | Destination IP | Destination Port
-----------------------+------------------------------------------------------------------------
      128              | P2P       |172.16.82.3| 443         | 127.0.0.1      | 443
    ... 

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1400               |Grand Total



 Number of attacks     | Signature | Source IP | Source port | Destination IP | Destination Port
-----------------------+------------------------------------------------------------------------
      128              | Web Traver|192.99.32.7|445         | 128.23.45.8    | 80
    ... 

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    15000              |Grand Total


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