[Snort-users] SQL Queries

Marc Hultquist marc at ...12427...
Tue Sep 14 22:46:02 EDT 2004

Hi Everyone

Simple question, I am busy trying to write a custom based php interface for 
acid, for purely 24 hour reports, and while I can see how things work, I cant 
find the correct sql statements ? Does anyone know which file the sql queries 
are stored in, I had a look in acid_qry_sqlcalls but I cant find much :\

Kind Regards
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