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    Quote Originally Posted by thehorse13
    I have not heard of or come across any such tool. Knowing how the protocol works, I think you'd be hard pressed (if at all possible) to design such a tool.

    Phishy likes snort but one day he will see the light and listen to his mentor on why he should be careful with that tool.

    I use a commercial product called Websense to stomp out the TOR protocol.

    --TH13
    I know why you don't like snort... I thought that was taken care of???
    I'd be happy to use another tool... if I could get approval from mgt.
    What do you recommend as a replacement? I've looked into a lot, but the licensing for the "good stuff" is nucking futs!

    We also use websense. It ruins EVERYONE's fun... Well, except for the admin of Websense who just happens to be the bastard sysadmin from hell's stepfather.

    TH, you'd be proud of some of the stuff we're doing right now. We're implementing some pretty cool sh17. Well, its impressive to me...
    Last edited by phishphreek; April 19th, 2007 at 01:26 PM.
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