[Snort-users] Snort for Windows - Trying to get payload info into log file, for later read in and analysis
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De : Snort-users <snort-users-bounces at lists.snort.org> de la part de Don Hall <dhall at rmscollects.com>
Envoyé : Friday, January 11, 2019 1:09:58 AM
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Objet : [Snort-users] Snort for Windows - Trying to get payload info into log file, for later read in and analysis
I use Snort v2.9.12 for Windows.
I am trying to get the payload info (-d) and log (-l) to later read back in (-dr) and analyze the payload.
The payload info goes out to console, but the log file just has the header info, but not the payload info.
I am using the config file \etc\snort.conf to apply the rules.
I try to modify the output plug-ins to get the step 6 plug-ins.
I need to see and analyze the payload.
I am trying to get the files to close after a file size (e.g. 1MB for test purposes).
With the epoch (timestamp extension), I would spawn off a new file,
And save off the old file, to examine and do data analysis, on the payload.
Trying to do it first, in a test; and later, with a 100MB or 1GB file size, for production.
Do I have to use some other tools, such as logrotatewin?
Or, can I do these things in Snort, without add-ons?
Thanks, in advance, for any good suggestions.
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