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Snort Web site
In 1998, Martin Roesch wrote an open source technology called Snort, which he termed a "lightweight" intrusion detection technology in comparison to commercially available systems.
O'Reilly Press - Managing Security with Snort and IDS Tools
In Managing Security with Snort and IDS Tools, the authors show network and system administrators how to effectively employ the Snort Intrusion Detection System to fend off attack.
Running Snort Under Windows
As a long time implementer and user of Microsoft products (Starting with NT version 3.0) I’ve long been frustrated with the wealth of security products available for the Unix operating system as compared those available for Microsoft.
Snort on BeOS: A How-To
While this page is intended for people using BeOS (BONE, BeOs Networking Environment) it should cover most other OSes. It is primarily targeted at people who wish to run Snort with PostgreSQL as a backend.