[Snort-users] Dont discard truncated packets
felix.erlacher at ...17726...
Thu Jan 26 14:04:22 EST 2017
I have a pcap trace with one packet containing payload for a rule I want
to test. The packet is truncated. The rule does not trigger an alert.
I can see in the protocol statistics that one IPv4 packet is discarded.
As I only have one packet in the trace I assume it is discarded because
it is truncated.
Can I tell Snort to not discard truncated packets?
Or better, not to discard packets with "basic encoding integrity flaws"
as the manual calls it.
I tried various preproc options from the manual, always with the result
of truncated packets being discarded.
While I am aware that having Snort analyze truncated packets might not
be the best of ideas, it would be helpful in various test scenarios.
BTW: I am using the "-k none" switch, so this problem shouldn't be
caused by checksum errors.
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