PortSentry for Attack Detection - Part Two

Thursday, 30 May 2002, 9:26 AM EST

This is the second in a two-part series on PortSentry. The first article discussed how PortSentry works to identify attacks, as well as what types of attacks it identifies. This article will focus on building, installing, and operating PortSentry. The focus here will be on the various configuration options available for PortSentry, as well as some of the benefits and drawbacks of those options.

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