[Snort-users] flexresp vs flexresp2

Jeff Nathan jeff at ...950...
Mon Feb 12 21:12:06 EST 2007

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Flexresp2 is a rewrite of the original using libdnet instead of  
libevent.  It prevents response loops (Which can result in Snort  
consuming 100% of your CPU or simply crashing), sends multiple  
responses to be certain a connection is terminated and in short  
pretty much works as intended.

The original is quite a bit more primitive and I wouldn't use it if  
you can avoid it.

- -Jeff

On Feb 12, 2007, at 10:44 AM, Wohlberg, Jonathan M. wrote:

> I was hoping someone could tell me the differences between flexresp  
> and flexresp2. After looking through the readmes, they appear to be  
> similar.
> Thanks
> Jon
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