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Old 02-07-2019, 07:50 PM   #1
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Popular/Common IDS/IPS Being Used in Organizations/Enterprise?


I realize that while I could probably Google the question, I'm trying to poll and find what IDS/IPS software is being used heavily currently (2019)?

I realize that the application and scope for such software can be different depending on intended use/business requirements, but I'm willing to consider anything as long as it's recognized as an IDS/IPS by you or your organization.

To be definitive, I'm not looking for something that's solely used in a Unix/Linux environment. I'm just trying to see what's being used in general.

In your experience, and if you currently interact with one, what is it that you've used or are using?

Old 02-07-2019, 08:31 PM   #2
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Host or network based? Probably Snort for a NIDS, or OSSEC or AIDE for a HIDS. I was recently working on hardening my Debian system using a STIG from IASE (aimed at Ubuntu), and I recall that AIDE was endorsed in the document. I also think AIDE was mentioned in the CIS's benchmark for Debian.


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