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Using Linux Scripts to Monitor Security
This paper will show how to use basic Linux scripting to create a reusable network security monitor that is easy to use and easy to maintain.
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Understanding IDS Active Response Mechanisms
Debates still rage in the developer community over which methods of detecting attackers are best, but IDS customers as a whole are satisfied with the current IDS technology. To get an edge on the competition, many of the IDS vendors are adding active
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Rule Definition For Anomoly Based Intrusion Detection
This document describes another method for intrusion detection. It is based on a proactive ruleset as opposed to reactive ruleset.
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An Overview of LIDS
This article is the first part of a four-part series that will offer an overview of LIDS. This installment will offer an introduction to LIDS, including how it works, booting LIDS, sealing the kernel, and configuring LIDS.
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Strategies to Reduce False Positives and False Negatives
This documentation is the second of a two-part series that will offer an overview of network-based intrusion detection and false reports. This installment will offer a brief overview of NIDS devices and will examine how and why false reports take pla
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Intrusion-Detection Systems by the Numbers
This documentation will explain the performance-testing methodology used to test IDS (Intrusion Detection Systems).
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Securing an Unpatchable Webserver... HogWash!
Hogwash is a Snort-based packet scrubber designed to take out 95% of the stock attacks hackers may throw at a network. Hogwash lives inline like a firewall, but it works differently. Instead of closing ports like a traditional firewall, it drops or m
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