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Suricata bits, ints and vars

Since the beginning of the project we’ve spoken about variables on multiple levels. Of course flowbits defined by the Snort language came first, but other flow based variables quickly followed: flowints for basic counting, and vars for extracting data using pcre expressions. 1,349 more words


Suricata 3.2 available!

The OISF and Suricata development team is really proud to announce the availability of Suricata 3.2. This was a real community effort with 12 different contributors from 9 different countries that added to the work of Suricata core team. 376 more words


An early report on Suricata

I’ve gone ahead and installed Suricata (an IDS / IPS system that does packet inspection) onto the Debian Raspberry Pi chip I use as my Daily Driver. 3,408 more words

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Alpine Lunix IDS - Snort no Suricata

So I was trying to get directions on how to install and configure Suricata on the Alpine flavor or Linux on the Raspberry Pi B+ model that is… 1,467 more words

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Suricata 3.2RC1 ready for testing

We’re happy to announce Suricata 3.2RC1. The biggest addition to this release is the DNP3 support. We don’t expect many changes after this release candidate, so please help us test it! 350 more words


Suricata 3.1.3 released!

We’re proud to announce Suricata 3.1.3. This release improves DNS logging accuracy. Other than that it is mostly a collection of smaller fixes.This release fixes some important issues, so we highly recommend updating. 304 more words


Bryson LOUGHMILLER - Speaker @ DefCamp #7

Bryson Loughmiller received his Master of Information Systems Management degree with an emphasis in Information Security from Brigham Young University. For the past year and a half, he’s enjoyed working at Adobe as an Information Security Analyst/Engineer, where he works to correlate large amounts of data in an effort to catch and stop threats.

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