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Re: Is snort an overkill for desktop only environment ?
From: martin <martiniscool () gmail com>
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 2009 15:33:51 +0000

2009/11/26 martin <martiniscool () gmail com>:
Hi Guys

Sorry for not responding to this earlier.  First of all, thank you so
so much for all the replies on this, very much apprecaited.  We've
decided that we are definitely going to install snort.  Although we
think we know what all our traffic is, of course without monitoring
it, we don't actually know.  Likewise, if there's traffic passing
around the network that doesn't match what we think should be there,
then we definitely want to know about it, so I think even in our
environment it will definitely be useful

Thanks again


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