[Snort-users] Recommendation for IDS reporting tools?
hchlai at ...2792...
Tue Mar 15 09:45:44 EST 2005
I'm looking at both types of reporting tools. I need management reports as well as a interface for technicians to troubleshoot and investigate.
Mark Teicher <mht3 at ...741...> wrote:
>Really depends on your reporting needs. Are you looking for Dilbert type reports (i.e. Executive management reports) with the glossy photos with circle and arrows with a summary description on the bottom? Or are you looking for meaningful reports one can hand off to a technical person to investigate and resolve?
>From: Hugo <hchlai at ...2792...>
>Sent: Mar 15, 2005 10:15 AM
>To: snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net
>Subject: [Snort-users] Recommendation for IDS reporting tools?
>Can anybody recommend a real-time IDS reporting tool for me? Commercial or Open Source are both ok. I am using BASE currently, and I have also tested SnortSnarf... neither of them offers a complete solution to me. BASE works great until I find out Src IP doesn't sort properly. Has anybody tried Aanval? Any testimonial? THanks in advance!
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