RE: NFR stabilityFrom: Bob Walder (email@example.com)
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From: "Bob Walder" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: "'Frank Knobbe'" <FKnobbe@KnobbeITS.com>, <email@example.com> Subject: RE: NFR stability Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2001 10:46:26 -0000 Message-ID: <81530203FD3BD111A02900805FCC09991579CF@COMPAQ_NT40>
We just tested NFR's NID-200 V1.1 - their very latest appliance - and found
it to be pretty good.
We are just in the process of pulling the final report together to put on
the Web and it will be up by Nov 28 latest for free download. All in all, we
· Cisco Secure IDS 2.5 Model 4210 (with netForensics)
· Cisco Secure IDS 2.5 Model 4230 (with netForensics)
· Computer Associates eTrust Intrusion Detection 1.4.5 (eTrust 1.5 coming in
· CyberSafe Centrax 2.4
· Enterasys Dragon Sensor 4.2*
· Entercept 2.01*
· Intrusion Inc. SecureNet Pro 4.0*
· ISS RealSecure 5.0 (RealSecure 7 coming in Q1 2002)
· LANguard S.E.L.M.*
· Network ICE BlackICE Sentry 2.1
· NFR NID-200 V1.1*
· nSecure nPatrol IDS V1.3.2*
· Snort 1.8.1*
· Symantec Intruder Alert 3.5
· Symantec NetProwler 3.51
· Tripwire for Servers 2.4.2*
(* indicates new or updated entries this year)
The NSS Group
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in the recent Network Computing IDS review, the version of NFR Greg
received was apparently a beta version as he mentioned in the
article. He also said that the last version they got impressed him.
Has anyone else any comments on the latest rev of NFR? Perhaps is
running it for a bit and can share some experience?
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