[Snort-users] Pulled Pork over Oinkmaster?
molney at ...1935...
Thu Mar 11 10:24:38 EST 2010
While not an official project, JJ is one of our very best SEs and does
some good work. Move to Pulled Pork when you can, he's as plugged in
as it gets.
As an aside, Andy if you can drop a list of rules customers are
interested in to me, I might (schedule pending) be able to give some
feedback as to why they were shipped disabled.
p.s. Don't tell JJ I'm talking good about him, don't need him getting uppity.
On Thu, Mar 11, 2010 at 9:57 AM, Andy Berryman <aberryman at ...14758...> wrote:
> I've been reading and it seems Oinkmaster can't handle the SO rules but
> pulled pork can. I've also read in pulled pork I can make it default to
> every rule being turned on and then I can turn off from there. I see it's
> maintained by JJ, but is it a "supported" Sourcefire way to pull rules?
> We currently use Oinkmaster, but I like the option to have all rules enabled
> by default then tune my rule set myself. We currently get the 2.8_s rule set
> and a bunch of rules are turned off by default.
> We also use the FC-5 rules, so does that kind of make the pullepork
> advantage pointless in the area of being able to handle SO rules?
> We are an integrator and I constantly have customers asking me why we don't
> have certain rules. So, when I research, it turns out we do, they were just
> turned off by default by Sourcefire.
> Andy Berryman
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