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How Cisco Secure IDS Responds to the Nimda Virus
This document explains how Cisco Secure Intrusion Detection System (IDS) identifies and prevents web server compromise from attacks by the Nimda worm (also known as the Concept virus). The complex technical workings of the worm are...
19 Jan 2006
...the recommended course of action, refer to How Cisco Secure IDS Responds to the Nimda Virus. Using Network-Based Application...
06 Mar 2008
...Configuring a Cisco Secure IDS Sensor in CSPM 19/Jan/2006 How Cisco Secure IDS Responds to the Nimda Virus 19/Jan/2006 ...
25 Apr 2005
...browser window () to display the document you selected. How Cisco Secure IDS Responds to the Nimda Virus 19/Jan/2006 Intrusion...
25 Apr 2005
...measures. It also discusses how to improve administrative...physical security for Cisco Secure ACS and its host. ...attacks on servers running the Microsoft Windows NT and...are not as secure from virus and worm attacks as those...Code Red worm and the Nimda virus. As with other...infections such as Code Red and Nimda. •Network-based intrusion...NIDS)—NIDS is used to monitor activity on a...Whereas a host-based IDS resides on a workstation and shares the CPU with other user applications...unauthorized sessions. •Virus scanning—Virus scanning...easily implemented on the Cisco Secure ACS host sensor. Installing...
18 Jan 2006
...respond quickly to an intrusion, to limit damage, and to secure the perimeter against a similar...example, in 2001 (the same year Cisco deployed intrusion detection...Red 1 and 2 (July 2001) and NIMDA (September 2001). Both times the Cisco IDS 4230 sensors noticed an unusually...signature based on the worm/virus activity, and updating the...
23 Feb 2012
...detected, MARS accepts and stores the replacement certificate, either...manual acceptance, depending on the options configured in MARS. For more information on how MARS responds during attempts to establish a secure connection, see User Guide for Cisco Security MARS Local Controller...
...manual acceptance, depending on the options configured in MARS. For more information on how MARS responds during attempts to establish a secure connection, see User Guide for Cisco Security MARS Local Controller 4.3.x and 5.3.x. • The Security Manager username and...
...signatures are stored in the Cisco Secure IDS Network Security Database (NSDB). The Cisco sensor compares each packet to the NSDB. The NSDB is not static...active signature, the sensor responds in any of the following ways...
...SSL is set up on the device. The Device should respond with an “enabled” status. hostname# show ip http server secure status Setting Up SSH You can use the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol to communicate with Cisco IOS Routers, Catalyst switches...The following topics describe how to set up SSH on the supported devices...