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OSSEC: Client/Server Intrusion Detection System

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With over seven years of active development, and more than 20000 downloads a month, OSSEC has become the de-facto standard for open source Host-based Intrusion Detection.
According to Forrester Research, the majority of security breaches involve internal employees, with some estimates as high as 85 percent. So what if an employee of yours launches a local attack without casting a single packet? Host based Intrusion Detection Systems, namely OSSEC, are a solution.
 read more | score:7254 | -aimar, December 14, 2010
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