RE: [sentinix-list] ossim
Sorry guys I should have posted a link. It is the open source security
I don't really think it's a replacement. It just adds to it. I have just
started playing with ossim, but it seems to be good at gathering data
from snort/acid, ntop, nessus, and nmap, and giving you a centralized
front end for keeping track of the data. It would be something cool to
go along with nagios.
Like I said though I have just started playing with it and am still
trying to get it all figured out. I have it on a fedora box right now
and once I get used to it may throw it on my sentinix box. I will post
back if it does indeed seem to play nice with sentinix. I was really
just curious if anybody else had already done this.
On Thu, 2004-04-01 at 11:16, Terkanian, Greg wrote:
> OK, that makes a little more sense. Sorry. I think I've looked at this before. Doesn't it seem more like a
replacement for Sentinix?
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