[Snort-users] INQUIRY - seeking suitable micro-appliance for snort deployment and centralized alerts console from variety of WAN deployments in residential networks
livio at ...15149...
Fri Jul 11 01:18:35 EDT 2014
Hi, I am the Chief Scientist at MetaFlows.
We just released a UTM appliance that does all what you want and more..
It can be deployed to replace an L3 gateway or in L2 bridged mode before
It comes bundled with Untangle UTM/firewall, Snort, Virus Total-based
BotHunter, etc.. and it is totally turn-key.
It is based on the Untangle Linux distribution with our software added
It can be remotely monitored and managed through a central console
(including the firewall
The software has a free community user mode without certain features.
You can take a look at it at
If you reply privately I can give you the hardware specs..
On 07/02/2014 03:25 PM, Chase Turner wrote:
> Two requests in this posting:
> 1) Seeking pointers to a no-fuss micro-appliance and “how to” guide to host Snort on it — for deployment at family members home networks to assess their network risks. For example, http://utilite-computer.com/web/home or some other physical form factor that does not require a whole lot of hand tuning and installing of hardware; and
> 2) Are there third-party cloud-centric monitoring strategies wherein those remotely provisioned snort deployments on micro-appliances (at family member home networks in various states) can be consolidated into a central console for review of security alerts and all?
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