Securing Cisco Networks with Open Source Snort
The Securing Cisco Networks with Open Source Snort (SSFSNORT) version 2.0 Cisco Training on Demand course provides you with technical training to successfully deploy open-source Snort technology and rule writing. Among other powerful features, you’ll learn how to build and manage a Snort system and how to update and manage rules efficiently. You’ll also learn about the Snort rules language and the capabilities of Snort when it is deployed passively and inline. In addition, you’ll learn the requirements for installing, correctly configuring, and operating Snort. You’ll gain knowledge of the history, features, and uses of Snort, together with the public resources that are available to Snort users. Finally, the course will teach you the various output types that Snort provides, automated rule management (including how to deploy and configure Pulled Pork), inline operations, and how to create custom Snort rules, including advanced rule-writing techniques and OpenAppID.
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- Describe Snort technology and identify the resources that are available for maintaining a Snort deployment
- Install Snort on a Linux - based operating system
- Describe the Snort operation modes and their command - line options
- Describe the Snort intrusion detection output options
- Download and deploy a new rule set to Snort
- Describe and configure the snort.conf file
- Configure Snort for inline operation and configure the inline - only features
- Describe the Snort basic rule syntax and usage
- Describe how the Snort engine processes traffic
- Describe several advanced rule options used by Snort
- Describe OpenAppID features and functionality
- Describe how to monitor Snort performance and how to tune rules
Das Training SSFSNORT ist folgenden Themen zugeordnet:
This course is designed for security administrators and consultants, network administrators, systems engineers, and technical support personnel who need to know how to deploy open-source intrusion detection systems (IDS) and intrusion prevention systems (IPS), and how to write Snort rules.
The knowledge and skills necessary before attending this course are:
- Basic understandin g of networking and network protocols
- Basic knowledge of Linux command - line utilities and text - editing utilities commonly found in Linux
- Basic knowledge of network security concepts
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