|Subject:||Re: IDS shuts down network access?|
|Posted by:||Madhusudhanan Chandrasekaran (mc…@buffalo.edu)|
|Date:||Mon, 05 Apr 2004|
What the IDS would basically do is that it would send some alarms.
Scripts can be used to give the intrusion response basically.
admin too wrote:
> Is there an IDS which can block a machine from a network when it's been
> infected with a trojan? At least block Internet access, if it's a box
> positioned behind the firewall.
> A guy from Network Associates cold-called today to ask me about IDS and when
> I asked him this he said he'd have to check with an engineer. Funny, to
> seems like that's something which should be mandatory for an IDS.
IDS shuts down network access? posted by admin too on Mon, 5 Apr 2004