[Snort-users] Re: Seattle Snort User Group TOMORROW 5/16 7:00 PM @ SSCC
jamesaffeld at ...131...
Mon May 15 15:49:57 EDT 2006
--- James Affeld <jamesaffeld at ...131...> wrote:
> On Tuesday, 5/16 Anthony Williams will be
> demonstrating the Nessus vulnerability scanner,
> showing what it can tell the attacker and defender.
> We'll also see what a Nessus scan looks like to
> Nessus is perhaps '_the_ network vulnerability
> scanner'. It offers breadth of coverage through a
> modular architecture. Each vulnerability gets a
> plug-in which the system uses to test hosts on your
> network. According to the Nessus website, there are
> '10710 plugins in the direct feed (1077 in the
> non-registered GPL feed and 10704 in the registered
> feed), covering 4878 unique CVE ids and 4585 unique
> Bugtraq IDs.'
> On Tuesday, 6/6 Russ McRee will present a talk on
> Aanval, a console for Snort. http://aanval.com
> Aanval (www.aanval.com) is a console built to run as
> Snort console via a web browser. What Aanval offers
> that places it above and beyond ACID/BASE, is a
> plethora of functionality, including extensive query
> capacity, searching, and attractive reporting.
> In an age of compliance, it is hugely beneficial to
> have the capacity to draw the majority of network
> security information from one platform. In our use
> Aanval we gain much information about outbound
> via the use of Bleeding Edge Snort signatures to
> capture both IM and spyware traffic, as well as
> My presentation will certainly evangelize Aanval,
> largely from a technical enduser perspective, most
> importantly as an information security professional.
> Included would be whitepaper content specifically
> geared to using Aanval for compliance measurement
> policy enforcement.
> Russ McRee is the Information Security Architect for
> Municipal Court of Seattle. He most recently
> participated as a poster session presenter at the
> International Symposium on Recent Advances in
> Intrusion Detection (RAID 2005) and participated as
> panelist at the Seattle SecureWorld Expo. His
> on implementing secure web application servers was
> published in the January 2006 issue of Sys Admin and
> is now an OWASP whitepaper.
> Russ' prior infosec engagements include Seattle
> Department and Port of Seattle. As an advocate of a
> holistic approach to information security Russ'
> website is holisticinfosec.org.
> RSVP at http://www.snort.org/registrations/rsvp.html
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