[Snort-users] Snort vs Snort++

Russ rucombs at ...589...
Wed Jun 1 06:59:06 EDT 2016

You definitely want to use Snort++ because it has a new and improved 
HTTP inspector and is more extensible than Snort.

If you send some details on the WAF interface I can provide some pointers.

On 5/31/16 12:13 AM, Akhil Koul wrote:
> I am working on a project which involves interfacing snort with a web 
> application firewall. The goal is to allow network packets captured by 
> snort to be able to send to WAF for processing after they have been 
> reassembled to mirror HTTP data.
> My question is: What would be better for this? Snort or Snort++
> Also, how would i proceed in this? Do i utilize the http_inspect 
> preprocesseor functions to capture http data?
> Sorry, I am an amateur in Snort.
> Cheers!
> Akhil
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