Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Sguil covered in Information Security Magazine

Richard Bejtlich points out that the October issue of Information Security Magazine has an article by Russ McRee, entitled Putting Snort to Work. The article is about Knoppix-NSM, a Linux LiveCD designed for easy monitoring. Knoppix-NSM includes a preconfigured Sguil server and sensor, and Russ has a lot of nice things to say about it.

It's really good to see Sguil in some mainstream security press. VictorJ's modsec2sguil custom agent and our very own NSMWiki even get mentioned, so I know he's done some homework.

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