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Old 05-12-2006, 07:09 AM   #1
saini_mw
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How to setup snort IDS


Hi Dears

Have anyone used snort IDS solution, i have got a tar file from snort.org but is there any rpm available for the same,and if someone can guide me how to setup the SNORT IDS solution,i will really be very thankful,

Thanks in advance..
 
Old 05-12-2006, 06:40 PM   #2
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They're available at the snort website under pre-compiled binaries here. Make sure to verify the sig and md5 checksum before installing.
 
Old 05-15-2006, 08:46 AM   #3
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I've set up snort a while ago and just wrote a perl script, that analyses snort's log file and uses iptables to block malicious IP's. Nothing fancy, but here it is if you wish to use it:

Quote:
#!/usr/bin/perl

$sbin_path = '/sbin/';
$script_path = '/var/log/snortlogs/';

$file = $script_path.'ips';
%IPs = ();

open FILE, "< $file"||die "can't open ips file";
while (<FILE>){
chomp;
$IPs{$_}++;
}
close FILE;

open FILE, "/usr/bin/tail -f ".$script_path."alert|" ;

$logfile = $script_path.'alert3';

@strings = ();

while (<FILE>){

chomp;
$test = $_;
$test=~s/ +//;
unless ($test eq '') {push(@strings, $_)};
if ($test eq ''){
$strings[1] =~ m/Priority\: (\d+)/g;
$priority = $1;
if ($strings[0] =~ m/MS Terminal/){$priority = 1};
if ($strings[0] =~ m/ortscan/){$priority=3; $strings[2] = $strings[1]};
if ($priority > 2){
open LOG, ">> $logfile";
$strings[0] =~ s/\[.*\] \[.*\] (.*) \[.*\]/\1/g;
$strings[1] =~ s/\[.*\: (.*)\] \[.*\]/\1/g;
$strings[2] =~ m/(\d+\.\d+\.\d+\.\d+).* ->/ig;
$IP_FROM = $1;
$strings[2] =~ m/(\d+\.\d+\.\d+\.\d+)/ig;
$IP_TO = $1;
print LOG "$strings[1]: $strings[0]\n";
print LOG "($priority) IP: $IP_FROM -> $IP_TO\n";
$match = 0;
foreach $key (keys %IPs){
$match++ if ($IP_FROM =~ m/$key/g);
}
block_ip($IP_FROM) unless $match;
print LOG "=====\n";
close LOG;
}
@strings = ();
}
}

close FILE;

sub block_ip{
@params = @_; $no_match = 1;
$IP = $params[0];
$ff = $sbin_path."iptables -t mangle -L -vnx";
open IPTABLES, "$ff |";
while (<IPTABLES>){
$no_match=0 if ($_ =~ m/$IP/g);
}
close IPTABLES;
$command = $sbin_path.'iptables -t mangle -A FORWARD -s '.$IP.' -j DROP';
system($command) if $no_match;
$command = $sbin_path.'iptables -A INPUT -s '.$IP.' -j DROP';
system($command) if $no_match;
open LOG, ">> $logfile";
print LOG "to block $IP\n";
close LOG;
}
I don't claim it to be the most efficient script or anything of that kind, it works for me

Make sure you have file 'ips', that contains white list of IP addresses. I will be glad to provide further info on that script if required.

Best regards,
Den
 
  


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