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Documentation for Snare Server v6 can be found the Snare Server v6 Resources page.
Guide to Snare Epilog for UNIX
This guide introduces you to the functionality of the SNARE Epilog for UNIX. SNARE Epilog for UNIX facilitates objective-based filtering, and remote audit event delivery of text-based log files for Linux and Solaris based systems. SNARE Epilog for UNIX will also allow a security administrator to fully remote control the application through a standard web browser if so desired.

View the PDF for: Guide to Snare Epilog for UNIX version 1.1


Guide to Snare for AIX
This guide introduces you to the functionality of the SNARE Agent for the AIX operating system. SNARE for AIX wraps the default AIX auditing subsystem, and facilitates objective-based filtering, and remote audit event delivery. SNARE for AIX will also allow a security administrator to fully remote control the application through a standard web browser if so desired.

View the PDF for: Guide to Snare for AIX version 1.0


Guide to Snare for IRIX
This guide introduces the functionality of the SNARE Agent for the IRIX operating system. SNARE for IRIX wraps the default IRIX auditing subsystem, and facilitates objective-based filtering, and remote audit event delivery. SNARE for IRIX will also allow a security administrator to fully remote control the application through a standard web browser if so desired. SNARE has been designed in such a way as to allow the remote control functions to be readily effected manually, or by an automated process.

View the PDF for: Guide to Snare for IRIX version 2.2


Guide to Snare BackLog
This guide introduces you to the functionality of the Snare Micro Server, a free Windows-based application that collects and stores log data sent from any Snare agent (for example, Windows, Solaris, AIX, IRIX, Solaris, IIS Servers, ISA Servers, or Linux), as well as SYSLOG capable devices.

View the PDF for: Guide to Snare BackLog version 2.2


Guide to Snare Epilog for Windows
This guide introduces you to the functionality of the Snare Epilog for Windows. Snare Epilog for Windows facilitates objective-based filtering, and remote audit event delivery of text-based log files for Windows based systems. Snare Epilog for Windows will also allow a security administrator to fully remote control the application through a standard web browser if so desired.

View the PDF for: Guide to Snare Epilog for Windows version 1.7


Guide to Snare for Linux
This guide introduces the functionality of the SNARE Agent for the Linux operating system. SNARE for Linux wraps the default Linux auditing subsystem, and facilitates objective-based filtering, and remote audit event delivery. SNARE for Linux will also allow a security administrator to fully remote control the application through a standard web browser if so desired. SNARE has been designed in such a way as to allow the remote control functions to be readily effected manually, or by an automated process.

View the PDF for: Guide to Snare for Linux version 3.1


Guide to Snare for MSSQL
This guide introduces you to the functionality of the Snare Microsoft SQL Server Agent within the Windows operating environment. The development of 'Snare for MSSQL' will now allow for events generated by Microsoft SQL Server to be forwarded to a remote audit event collection facility. Snare for MSSQL will also allow a security administrator to fully remote control the application through a standard web browser.

View the PDF for: Guide to Snare for MSSQL version 1.2


Guide to Snare for OSX
This guide introduces the functionality of the SNARE Agent for the OSX operating system.

View the PDF for: Guide to Snare for OSX version 1.1


Guide to Snare for Solaris
This guide introduces you to the functionality of the Snare Agent for the Solaris operating system. Snare for Solaris wraps the default Solaris BSM auditing subsystem, and facilitates objective-based filtering, and remote audit event delivery. Snare for Solaris will also allow a security administrator to fully remote control the application through a standard web browser if so desired.

View the PDF for: Guide to Snare for Solaris version 2.3


Guide to Snare for Windows
This guide introduces you to the functionality of the Snare agent for Windows operating systems. The development of 'Snare for Windows' will allow event logs collected by the Windows operating system (including 2003, XP, Vista, 2008 and Windows7,Windows8,Windows2012), to be forwarded to a remote audit event collection facility. Snare for Windows will also allow a security administrator to fully remote control the application through a standard web browser if so desired.

View the PDF for: Guide to Snare for Windows version 4.2


Snare Enterprise Agents
The SNARE Agents define the security relevant events for collection. Snare agents are considere to be the industry standard for logging and are available as in both Open Source and Enterprise versions. This guide provides summary information on the enterprise agent feature set.

View the PDF for: Snare Enterprise Agents version 5.3


Snare Introduction
SNARE is a comprehensive set of event monitoring and analysis tools designed to address complex and mission critical auditing requirements.
This guide provides summary information on the Snare Server feature set.

View the PDF for: Snare Introduction version 5.3


Snare Server Benefits and Hardware Specs
The Snare Server collects logs from a variety of operating systems, applications and appliances including, but not limited to: Windows NT/2000/XP/2003, Solaris, AIX, Irix, Linux, Tru64, ACF2, RACF, CISCO Routers, CISCO PIX Firewall, CyberGuard Firewall, Checkpoint Firewall1, Gauntlet Firewall, Netgear Firewall, IPTables Firewall, Microsoft ISA Server, Microsoft IIS Server, Lotus Notes, Microsoft Proxy Server, Apache, Squid, Snort Network Intrusion Detection Sensors, IBM SOCKS Server, and Generic Syslog Data of any variety.

View the PDF for: Snare Server Benefits and Hardware Specs version 4.1


Snare Server Release Notes
This documentation describes the changes to the Snare Server since the last major release.

View the PDF for: Snare Server Release Notes version 5.1.1


Snare Server TroubleShooting Guide
This is the troubleshooting guide for the Snare Server. It allows users of the Snare Server to fault find common problems and undertake remedial actions to ensure the Snare Server works optimally.

View the PDF for: Snare Server TroubleShooting Guide version 2.6


Snare Server Upgrade Guide
This guide aims to provide users of the Snare Server with the instructions required to upgrade the Snare Server from version 3.x (eg: 3.5) to version 4.0. All operating system, and Snare Server components are included on a single CD. The Snare Server is a proprietary product, and more information is available from the 'Snare Server' page on the Intersect Alliance web site.

View the PDF for: Snare Server Upgrade Guide version 1.3


Snare Server Users Guide
This guide aims to provide users of the Snare Server with the tools to be able to understand and work with it. Users expecting to work on the Snare Server should familiarize themselves with this document.

View the PDF for: Snare Server Users Guide version 2.7


Snare Toolset White Paper
This guide is a white paper for the Snare tools. It describes some of the design philosophies and constraints that have shaped the development of the Snare tools. It also describes the design philosophies for the Snare Server.

View the PDF for: Snare Toolset White Paper version 2.6


Snare for Windows 410 Functional Overview
Snare for Windows 4.1.0 - functional overview.

View the PDF for: Snare for Windows 410 Functional Overview version 1.0


Snare for Windows Custom MSI
This guide provides you with step-by-step instructions on how to create a Windows MSI file for Snare, which will allow you to remotely deploy Snare for Windows, with a customized configuration, using the Microsoft Installer (MSI).

View the PDF for: Snare for Windows Custom MSI version 1.6


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The Sourceforge development website shows support for the open source development community by providing Snare with resources such as the Snare Open Source agent support forums.
Snare Server
With its' origins in open source software, the Snare Server from InterSect Alliance provides a central collection, analysis, reporting and archival tool for a very wide variety of log formats.

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