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Snort 0,01 seconds too late?
From: Gregor Mahnic <gregormahnic () yahoo com>
Date: Sun, 1 Dec 2013 01:12:59 -0800 (PST)


I hope no one gets upset with me for this question but is it possible for snort to fail to stop an attack? I hear this 
a lot when I google for some thing about snort. I mean not that I have any doubts my self about snort but I just 
wondered how would a snort user comment on some one who sarcastically states that snort would be 0,001 seconds too late 
to stop an attack. I am wondering because in part I want to become an avid snort user. I need to do a lot more research 
and reading about every thing connected with snort such as oink, barnyard,...

Are these sort of sentiments expressed by individuals who are too lazy to implement snort? I mean I my self see how 
long it has taken me to understand the basics and as I have said I need to do a whole lot more reading!

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