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you will have to post process it. check out snortunified.pm for a framework tat makes it easy.
Tudor Panaitescu wrote:
> First of all I did some research and couldn't find anything about this, so
> no flames please :-)
> Here is the story. We have some reverse proxies/application
> accelerators/etc. (let's call them reverse proxies for now) in front of our
> web site. We don't control these reverse proxies and I am not sure if the
> provider has any IDS capabilities on those. I have snort (220.127.116.11)
> installed on the actual web servers but the only thing that I see in the
> alerts is the IP addresses of the reverse proxies, which is normal. Now,
> the reverse proxies, in their http requests to the web servers, they add 2
> entries in the headers: X-Forwarded-For: <origin's IP address> and
> True-Client-IP: <origin's IP address>. Is it a way to modify the rules to
> alert using any of these IP addresses instead of the IP address(es) of the
> reverse proxies ?
> Any help/idea would be appreciated.
> Thanks and all the best,
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