[nmglug] Any Security Specialists Out there?
eric.krieger at charterco.com
Wed Jan 9 15:37:12 PST 2008
While I was looking around on VMWare's site I noticed there was a
prebuild VM appliance for it.
On Wed, 2008-01-09 at 16:28 -0700, Todd Richardson wrote:
> I've been checking on a few packages, and there is a lot of information
> out there and I find myself, well, mostly confused.
> I want to add another layer of security to my network, and have read
> about several different solutions for Event Correlation and other
> network security measures. An interesting package is ossim. Does
> anyone have any experience with this? I've tried installing, but I've
> found that it is a bit confusing to get anything other than snort
> working on it. I'm hoping that as the project matures the documentation
> will get better, or I will suddenly have a ton of freetime (without
> becoming unemployed of course) in which I'll be able to dig down and get
> a good idea of how it all works. (I should add in all fairness that I
> haven't had some spare time lately to check its current status, it may
> be better than it was!)
> I guess I should include a link for the ossim website:
> -Todd Richardson
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