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Re: A basic Question from a new bie!!
From: "Mitchell Rowton" <mrowton () bdo com>
Date: Mon, 01 Mar 2004 12:27:27 -0500

Your best bet is to google for specific intrusions and see how others
react.  In general, after you have been in your job a while you will
become accustomed to seeing the same intrusions directed to the same
servers/IP ranges.  After time you will have a better idea of which are
false positives and which you aren't vulnerable to anyway. 

You just have to get acclimated to your network patterns.  If you can
google your way through the first month you'll be fine.

NIST Computer Security Incident Handling Guide
http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/nistpubs/800-61/sp800-61.pdf

Intrusion Detection Documents
http://www.securitydocs.com/4

Incident Handling Documents
http://www.securitydocs.com/17


new bie kapper <securekaps () yahoo com> 02/29/04 03:42PM >>>


 
 Hi all ,
 I just recently started with my new job which
 involves
 security monitoring on csids , iss real secure and
 entercept sensors.I was looking if anybody could
 help
 me with like websites on internet which would give
 good tips on incident response like different ways i
 could work on a suspiious attack to conclude
 wheheter
 its an attack or a fals epositive whetehr ia server
 was compromised or not and that stuff for example we
can telnet to a webserver to see its patchlevel or
 iis
 version,do nslookup ,what r other tips and where i
 could find those.
 thanks in advance
 kaps
 

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