[Snort-users] Logging "pass" rules that are hit
rucombs at cisco.com
Mon Jun 25 17:49:16 EDT 2018
"pass" rules don't log but you should be able to define your own rule
type that does what you want. Check the ruletype keyword in section
3.2.1 of the manual.
Hope that helps.
On 6/21/18 4:12 PM, Dave Osbourne wrote:
> I'm tying to debug a pcre match in a pass rule, but apart from
> inferring it's working when it doesn't fail I can seem to figure out
> how to get snort to LOG pass rules that it finds... (so that I know
> which rule is passing).
> My most basic test is to set
> output alert_fast: stdout
> call snort like:
> /usr/local/bin/snort -c /etc/snort/snortdelme.conf -Q -i eth1:eth2
> I'm (against most basically) matching a SYN packet:
> pass tcp 0.0.0.0/0 any -> 192.168.X.Y 1433 (msg:"pass
> message"; flags: S; dsize: 0; sid:1000;)
> log tcp 0.0.0.0/0 any -> 192.168.X.Y 1433 (msg:"log message";
> flags: S; dsize: 0; sid:2000;)
> I know the packet is flowing through the bridge - because if I change
> pass/log to reject I see a message and the packet is blocked.
> I just can't figure out how to make pass appear in the log!
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