| Date: Mon, 8 Mar 2004 15:39:42 +0000
| From: "Conall O'Brien" <conall at conall.net>
| On Mon, Mar 08, 2004 at 01:34:02PM GMT, Kevin Philp
| <kevin at cybercolloids.net> incoherently babbled:
| > I am just setting upan intrusion detection system.
| > I have used Tripwire in the past [ ... ].
| > However I was thinking about using AIDE [ ... ].
| I don't have much experience with any alternatives,
| but I've been using AIDE for a few months now.
| It's quite good. [ ... ]
| The Debian Team swear by it after their boxes were
| compromised in the leadup to the release of 2.4.23.
why _a_ (as in one) system?
in some cases, would not N, N > 1, possibly be better?
clearly depends, at least in part, what each does;
but a mixture of overlapping (to verify results) and
orthogonal (to catch holes in the other) approaches
_may_ be a winner?
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