Building a cheap and powerful intrusion-detection system

Thursday, 27 September 2007, 5:38 PM EST

Commercial network-based IDS can often be quite expensive. On the other hand, there is the common perception that implementing an open-source IDS is complicated. Recently, I had the opportunity to install an open-source IDS and found the opposite to be true. You can easily build a powerful open source-based IDS in less than a day, as I did.

At Computerworld.

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