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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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The call consists of a low grunt with the addition of 1 to 4 short, rapid snorts.
Pritchard on his show He wipes his nose after sniffing Pritchard snorts a suspicious substance off his tray table
Bro-Jorgensen and colleague Wiline Pangle of Ohio State University in Columbus first observed males when they were making honest snorts.
And, in my book, anyone who snorts coke is still contributing to the misery of many in this country.
The researchers found that obstructive apnea, in which a sleeper snores with abrupt snorts and pauses, and obstructive hypopnea, which causes heavy, long, loud snoring, decreased blood flow to the brain in 80 percent and 76 percent of incidents, respectively.
Although cardiologists have linked cocaine abuse to a risky type of heartbeat in adults, teratologists -- who study chemically induced birth defects -- say they know very little about what happens to an embryo or fetus when the mother snorts, shoots or smokes cocaine.
The Sentarus System is based on the open source software Snort and Sun Microsystems world-class hardware.
Suddenly, through the bedroom door, you hear a snort.