[Snort-users] Test Snort
marcioerli at ...11827...
Thu Aug 23 16:31:38 EDT 2012
After my long adjustments SNORT is working as expected.
Would you like to help put him to work as IPS?
2012/8/23 Tony Robinson <deusexmachina667 at ...11827...>
> Hey Marcio,
> I build a shell script called Autosnort around this install guide. So
> here's a couple of questions that may help you troubleshoot your deployment:
> 1) Where is your sensor deployed? are you giving snort traffic off of a
> span or tap? Have you ran /usr/local/snort/bin/snort -i [your sensing
> interface] to verify snort is seeing traffic? If you the text "commencing
> packet processing" followed by no further messages, either the span/tap
> isn't forward traffic to the interface properly, or the interface is set up
> properly. I didnt' see anywhere in the install guide where you had to
> configure the physical interface for promiscuous mode, but try doing so.
> 2) I'm assuming you've added snort and barnyard to rc.local per the
> install guide. Have you ran ps -ef | grep snort to ensure snort and
> barnyard are running?
> 3) I came to find in my tests that snort report wouldn't give me anything
> until the machine was rebooted after configuring everything for one reason
> or another. Have you rebooted your system since configuring everything per
> the install guide?
> 4) Can you verify that srconf.php has the snort database user and password
> set correctly?
> 5) Has barnyard2.conf been configured to log to the snort database and
> given correct credentials to drop information into the database? Check the
> output: log, mysql [user name, password, database name] to verify
> 6) does the snort user have permissions to do things to the snort
> database? test by running: mysql -usnort -p[snort user password, no space
> between -p and the actual password] snort -e "show tables;" if this
> returns output the snort user has rights to view data in the snort database.
> 7) are the unfied2 files growing in size? These files should be located in
> /var/log/snort, should have the filename snort.u2.[epoch timestamp here].
> Do an ls -al and confirm your snort unified files are not zero bytes in
> size. If they are 0 bytes in size this indicates snort hasn't generated any
> alerts off of your traffic.
> 8) verify what HOME and EXTERNAL_NET are set to in snort.conf. Try setting
> both to "any" for testing purposes. Also try using backtrack or a system
> running metasploit to attack a system snort has visibility on to generate
> an alert or two.
> hope this helps,
> On Thu, Aug 23, 2012 at 10:32 AM, Márcio Erli <marcioerli at ...11827...>wrote:
>> I configured snort based on the documentation link
>> http://www.snort.org/assets/158/snortinstallguide293.pdf snort.org own
>> Is not generating any alerts.
>> How to test if this is working?
>> Thankful, Marcio.
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