[Snort-users] snort and squid

Paul Melson pmelson at ...11827...
Thu Jan 17 07:06:22 EST 2008


Add 3128 to HTTP_PORTS in your snort.conf.  All of your HTTP rules
will be looking on port 80 and the traffic to thw proxy is on 3128.

PaulM


On 1/17/08, Helmut Schneider <jumper99 at ...348...> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'm using snort 2.7 on two machines, one at a hub next to the router and the
> firewall and since yesterday a second sensor on my proxy (squid). All
> web-traffic must go through the proxy.
> The first sensor gives information about e.g. that one uses google desktop
> but does not say which client (of course, as source is the proxy). So I
> installed snort as a second sensor on the proxy but without success. The
> alerts the first sensors finds are not found on the second sensor (the squid
> protocol might differ from HTTP).
>
> Is there a way to configure snort to reveal which exact client "breaks"
> policies?
>
> Thanks, Helmut
>
>
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