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edward_t
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Registered: ‎09-05-2011
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How to test Deep Security for Intrusion Detection for Linux Servers

Hi,

 

If anyone can assist me it will be much appreciated.

 

I've currently installed Deep Security 7.5 trial  version and have installed a agent onto a test linux box which is a webserver.

 

I'm looking for some sort of test files that I can use to simulate a intrusion/attack on the linux box to see how Deep Security Manager will behave and respond to a  brute force attack, php injection attack or any other sort of attacks that could happen on a linux box.

 

Any suggestions or ideas would help my company in deciding if Deep Security is viable or not.

 

Thanks for in advance

 

Edward

 

 

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kirill
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Registered: ‎12-14-2009

Re: How to test Deep Security for Intrusion Detection for Linux Servers

I can suggested to use Nessus  as scanner.

 

Kirill


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