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Old 10-27-2003, 03:22 PM   #1
bigdogg
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Reading Snort logs


I'm currently having my logs written too /var/logs/snort and I want to be able to read them in a pie graph or have them converted to html so I can view all my alerts through a browser. I really don't want to write to a mysql database and use acid I would rather have a program that can read my log directory. I tried sawmill but that costs money and it takes forever to build the database. I really can't get fwlogwatch to work? Does anyone have any suggestions with what log software too use? And if so what switches do you use after it?

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