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The power of Snort is due in large part to the influence and scope of the Snort user community.
The power of Snort is due in large part to the influence and scope of the Snort user community.
The power of Snort is due in large part to the influence and scope of the Snort user community.
The power of Snort is due in large part to the influence and scope of the Snort user community.

Help make Snort better

You can help in the following ways

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The open source Snort community worldwide can detect security threats more quickly and efficiently than in a 'closed' environment.
The open source Snort community worldwide can detect security threats more quickly and efficiently than in a 'closed' environment.

Submit a Bug

In order for the Snort team to replicate and ultimately solve the problem you're experiencing we need some basic information. When you report a bug please include the following in your report. Without this information there is little we can do to help.

All bug reports should include:

  • The version of Snort you're running
  • Information on the rules you have enabled
  • How Snort was built. Did you build from source (recommended), use a binary from Snort.org, use a third party distribution
  • Your configuration files (snort.conf, *.rules, threshold.conf, etc.)
  • Platform information: OS and hardware (e.g. Ubuntu 8.02, Linux 2.6 kernel, Intel 64bit)
  • Any relevant error messages
  • Any output that may be helpful

For more information on effective bug reporting please review the the doc/BUGS file in the Snort distribution.

Including the above information will help the Snort team to accurately identify the problem and provide you with the guidance you need.

All bug reports should be sent to bugs@snort.org