[Snort-users] Pulled Pork
peter.bates at ...15381...
Tue Oct 30 05:14:14 EDT 2012
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On 30/10/2012 08:49, k vijay sai prashanth wrote:
> So basically there is a 30 day trial during which you can only update the
> rules once 15 minutes? Isn't that a reasonable enough amount of time? How
> much is small amount that you are referring to? I wanted to install
> PulledPork for the IDS installed for my organization. Is this an annual
You might be best looking at:
In a nutshell - you can register for an account on snort.org, get an 'oinkcode'
and then download the rules for free - but they will be 30 days behind.
The paid subscription gives you access to the rules when they are released.
> Also about installing a front-end for my snort. What is the ideal
> database architecture when dealing with multiple sensors. Does each sensor
> have its own database or do all the sensors log events to a common database
> server on which the front-end software [like snorby or aanval] is installed
> or is there any other way this is implemented.
The latter makes more sense - have Snort write unified2 logfiles, then use Barnyard2
to write to your database.
It's important to set unique values for your sensors - if they're on different hosts
then the hostname will be used but if you have multiple instances running on the same host
you probably need to look at the -i option for Barnyard2.
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