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I'm interested in the same question about iSeries.
I've learned a lot about IDS (book learning) but have no place that I can
This is the IDS (Intrusion Detection) part of the reading room at Sans.org
The HoneyNet project has also been very interesting:

----- Original Message -----
From: "Fritz Hayes" <fhayes@spiritone.com>
To: <security400@midrange.com>
Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2002 11:00 AM
Subject: RE: [Security400] Snort Rules

> I use it on an old p75 linux box to monitor the ethernet lines.
> Usually, the box has no IP address.  The NIC is set to promiscuous mode
> and just reviews the data stream for known hacks and attacks.  So, with
> the iSeries, the Intrusion Detection box would sit on the ethernet line
> running to the ethernet port on the iSeries.  There's a given set of
> rules supplied with the download, but I feel there should be some added
> for the iSeries environment.
> Best Regards
> Fritz Hayes
> Atwater Associates
> <snip>
> |
> |I download SNORT towards the end of last year but have been
> |buried and have not done much with it.
> |
> |It's on my PC, but how would you use it with the iSeries ?
> <snip>
> |
> |> Is anyone using Snort as an IDS with their iSeries?  What rule sets
> |> have you found useful?
> <snip>
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