[Dshield] Submitting logs from two devices
Anthony_Rodgers at dnv.org
Sat Feb 10 00:37:57 GMT 2007
Hmm - it seems that the Universal Client only accepts snort.log output,
rather than snort.alert. This prevents me from using barnyard to
generate the syslog output from snort, as the barnyard syslog plugin
only reads the snort.alert files.
Wouldn't it make more sense to use snort.alert output instead?
Business Systems Analyst
District of North Vancouver
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On Feb 8, 2007, at 4:29 PM, Johannes B. Ullrich wrote:
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> should work well if you just run two copies of cvtwin. You can use the
> same userid/account for both copies.
> Anthony Rodgers wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > Is it acceptable to submit logs from two sources (Internet facing
> > firewall and a snort IDS that resides inside the firewall)? My
> > is that our IDS picks up on badness that gets through our firewall's
> > open ports and therefore might provide some additional useful data.
> > If so, is it sufficient to have two instances of the Universal Client
> > running on a machine, using the same DShield ID?
> > Regards,
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