[Snort-users] Some Snort beginner questions
secaficionado at ...11827...
Wed Nov 5 12:13:33 EST 2014
I'm on the same boat as you. I experimented with AFPacket and a bit with NFQueue, but the first one does not work with that configuration at all and the latter requires significant tweaking.
You can try Snortsam. It may do what you are looking for. It has an iptables plugin. You can read more at www.snortsam.net.
I am not affiliated with the project in any way.
> On Nov 5, 2014, at 11:55 AM, Jim Garrison <jhg at ...17014...> wrote:
>> On 10/31/2014 5:40 PM, James Lay wrote:
>>> On Sat, 2014-11-01 at 00:26 +0000, Joel Esler (jesler) wrote:
>>> You can put all your deny statements in iptables before you put your queue statements.
>>> Joel Esler
>>>> On Oct 31, 2014, at 17:40, Jim Garrison <jhg at ...17014... <mailto:jhg at ...843.....17014...>> wrote:
>>>> I have a Centos 6.5 web server configured with a very restrictive
>> Also keep in mind that any iptables rules AFTER your snort QUEUE rule
>> are NOT applied. As soon as a packet hits the snort QUEUE rule the
>> packet is either a) flagged by snort and dropped, or b) passed up the
>> stack as allowed.
> I guess I'm still too new to Snort to fully understand how to do this.
> I am running Snort and iptables on a single machine, filtering incoming
> traffic to that one machine, and eventually wanting to run Snort as
> an IPS for that single machine. The iptables configuration has been
> stable for years and I'd rather not change it too much.
> What I want to do is make Snort see and react to only the traffic not
> already blocked by iptables. I.e.
> Internet --> iptables --> snort --> httpd
> Is there a document describing how to do this?
> I've read elsewhere that Snort works best as an IPS when it runs on
> its own dedicated machine with two NICs, and filters incoming traffic
> for an internal network, and not so well for my situation. Is this
> Jim Garrison (jhg at ...4514...)
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