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Snort

An open source network intrusion detection system (NIDS) that is noted for its effectiveness. Developed by Martin Roesch, Snort can also be used just as a packet logger or packet sniffer. For more information, visit www.snort.org. See IDS.
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It was the snorter that was needed to remove the kingpin of South Africa's batting.
Snorter Disaster averted as Wales hold off Cardiff hat-trick for Samoa Having endured a laboured midfield with no creativity until Jonathan Davies came on, is it not about time that we played people in there current in-form positions?
Strauss left his gloves in the air when ducking a Mitchell Johnson snorter.
And with Nissan, Honda, Toyota and Mazda all lacking a credible supermini snorter, the CZT looks the hottest of the Japanese tots.
Inzamam was clearly taken off guard by Hair and Doctrove's snorter this time .
Only a century at The Oval last month secured Hayden's berth for this Super Test but he knuckled down after losing opening partner Justin Langer to the third ball of the day, a snorter from Harmison which cart-wheeled off-stump.
Hick and Vikram Solanki pushed the score on to 74 from the next 16 overs before Solanki, who had scored six early boundaries, edged a snorter from Steve Watkin to keeper Adrian Shaw.
Abhinav Mukund got a snorter that landed straight in Strauss's hands at slip before Suresh Raina and Yuvraj Singh were both bullied by short-pitched bowling that they should know how to play by now.
Gujarat youngster Cheteshwar Pujara had a very short life on the pitch, as it was Johnson again, who played the spoilsport and caught Pujara plumb in front of the wicket with a snorter on the third ball of his stay for a mere 4 runs, which were earned through a boundary.
Darren Maddy edged a snorter but Jonathan Trott, Ian Bell and Rikki Clarke played loose shots.
Snorter Roberts at full back, I said this after the Byrne injury.
That passage of play was real white-knuckle stuff as Donald unleashed a barrage of shortpitched bowling, having seen Atherton survive when he gloved a snorter through to wicketkeeper Mark Boucher.