[Snort-users] Alerts vs. logged
roesch at ...1935...
Wed May 10 17:10:19 EDT 2006
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The alerts and logged values are based on the number of alerts
generated and the number of packets logged. It is possible to have
alerts which have no logs just as it is possible to log packets
without alerting, so we maintain separate counters for the summary data.
On Apr 12, 2006, at 7:50 AM, Vidar Evenrud Seeberg wrote:
> Hello gurus!
> This may be a simple question, but I need to get my thoughts
> When Ctrl-C Snort shows a summary page where among else ALERTS and
> LOGGED numbers are presented. Am I right when I interpret these
> as LOGGED being all true positives and false negatives detected by
> and ALERTS being all unique types of attacks detected? E.g. 5
> of attack 1, 3 detections of attack 2 and 4 detections of attack 3
> 3 ALERTS and 12 LOGGED.
> I know that there may be log-rules present in the rule set.
> However, in
> my data set only HTTP traffic are present and all rules enabled are
> alert-rules. No log-rules are present.
> Looing forward to an answer.
> Vidar S.
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