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Setup PfSense on old hardware

Hello everyone, Finnally I was able to edit a short video about Pfsense and the hardware requirements. PfSense is a free open-source router/firewall solution that you can run on your old computer. In the video below I explain some of the requirements on the hardware when you want to run your PfSense machine 24/7. If […]

PfSense: Suricata Intrusion Detection System

Suricata is an open source-based intrusion detection system (IDS). There are several advantages to running Suricata. [1] It is multi-threaded, so you can run one instance and it will balance the load processing across every processor. [2] The most common protocols are automatically recognized by Suricata as the stream starts, allowing rule writers to write […]

PfSense: Monitoring and Dealing With Snort Alerts

Snort, the open source intrusion detection and prevention system, is immensely powerful, but to get the most out of it, you need to configure it correctly for your own setup.┬áHere are some performance tips for dealing well with alerts, looking at alert monitoring, streamlining false positives and genuine but frequent real positives, and logical rule […]

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