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Old 07-24-2013, 09:20 PM   #1
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LXer: Suricata: The Snort Replacer (Part 1: Intro & Install)

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If you havenít heard yet, Source Fire is being bought by Cisco for ~$2.7b. While I love Source Fire and their product line, Cisco leaves a sour taste in my mouth. With that said, I decided to write a series of articles talking about Suricata. That wonderful program that will no doubt gain a lot of traction in the IDS/IPS community since the eventual end of Source Fire is coming along.



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