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  • Why is the Snort IDS still alive and thriving?

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  • OSSEC: The server and agent model

    Get the benefit of regular alerts and status reports from configuring open source IDS/IPS OSSEC to run as a server and agent model.

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  • Understanding the differences between IDS and IPS

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  • HP launches Tipping Point firewall with next-generation app control

    With new Tipping Point firewall, HP takes on the crowded next-generation firewall market with an established IPS brand.

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  • Security in virtualization: IDS/IPS implementation strategy

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  • Host-Based IPS

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  • VeriSign, AirMagnet team up for wireless IPS

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