[rescue] Do you remember when? Security software.....
kevin at mpcf.com
Fri Aug 8 12:16:20 CDT 2003
As stated, Nmap and snort, both are killer apps in my book. There's also LIDS for the linux kernel. SATAN is a bit outdated but still can't hurt. There's also LAST, but i have never used that one myself. There is an open sourced (i.e. free) version of Tripwire, i use it on my linux servers here at work, but i don't know if it is portable to other OS/architectures.
On Fri, 8 Aug 2003 13:02:25 -0400
Phil Stracchino <alaric at caerllewys.net> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 08, 2003 at 12:27:58PM -0400, Michael A. Turner wrote:
> > What I am trying to remember now is the other programs people have
> > mentioned for doing security auditing. The subject has come up at work again
> > and they are looking to hire a company monthly to do the auditing. I want to
> > be able to cut them off at the pass by either A. Doing the job better than
> > them saving us money, or B. Debunking them by calling shenanigans by
> > recognizing the software that they are running. So can anyone though out any
> > good software packages in this area? Also some good intrusion detection
> > software wouldn't hurt also.
> Look at nmap and snort, for starters. And there's tripwire, but you'll
> have to pay for it. Bacula, however, can be configured to do a
> tripwire-like job since it maintains hashes in either MD5 or SHA1 of
> every file on every target system.
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