Thursday, July 16, 2009

pulledpork 0.2.2 and new features

Get it while it's hot @here!

I have received a few requests to build support into pulledpork for the restarting of processes (i.e. snort after downloading new rules or modifying the ruleset using disablesid). In response to this, it is done ^-^. You will note in the pulledpork.conf file that there is a new option at the bottom called pid_path. Simply list the path to your pid files (/var/run/,/path/to/another/ etc... and specify -H at runtime.. you will be magically pleased (assuming you run pulledpork under a context that has permissions to restart said PID).

I also added a second option "-n" that will allow you to make modifications to the disablesid.conf file and re-execute pulledpork without attempting to download the current ruleset or md5 again (ala tuning exercises...).

Please see the included README for additional info and general guidelines on usage... below is some sample output.

./ -c ../pulledpork.conf -i disablesid.conf -THn
Prepping files for work....
Copying rules files....
Disabling your chosen SID's....
Disabled 1 rules in /usr/local/etc/snort/rules/web-iis.rules
Disabled 2 rules in /usr/local/etc/snort/rules/backdoor.rules
Disabled 1 rules in /usr/local/etc/snort/rules/rpc.rules
Disabled 1 rules in /usr/local/etc/snort/rules/exploit.rules
HangUP Time....
Fly Piggy Fly!
That's all for now, enjoy!


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