Network analysis with the Bro Network Security Monitor

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Bro is an excellent tool that helps in the analysis of network intrusion detection. It is easily deployed and very useful in both identifying issues and supporting detection and cleanup operations after incidents.

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Ron is a freelance writer, freelance photographer, and information technologist specializing in Linux, information security, and networking. Ron received his graduate degree in Management Information Systems from Capella University, and his undergraduate in Information Systems from the University of Maryland. Ron lives with with wife Claudia and son, Ronny, in Dallas Texas.

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