host ID

host ID

The second part of a TCP/IP address that defines the host device (computer, server, printer, etc.). The host ID number is shared with the subnet ID. See subnet mask and subnet mask tables.
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To access the host computer, the user needs to enter the host ID number and password.
An IP address is 32 b wide and divided into two main parts: a network ID number and host ID number.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Provider GNI to Host id Software's QUAKE LIVE Arena Shooter on Its Expandable DHI Environment
Sun says the servers include lights-out management which provides for remote management of the system in the event the Solaris Unix operating system goes down; auto restart; hot plug SCSI disks; front and rear indicator lights which enable system errors to be easily seen; removable host ID, enabling administrators to swap systems in and out of racks; and labels for server names for easy identification of particular servers.
It will also be possible to listen to the press conference by dialing +46 (0)8 503 163 00, host id 30099 and pin code 3939.
Systems technicians cannot place automation systems onto that network without accounting for patches, anti-virus, firewall, backups, host IDS, host IPS, ports and protocols, encryption, remote access, or basic security and network defense.
In [9] authors introduced a bidirectional and multi-host causality to correlate distinct network and host IDS alerts.
Host IDS software such as that included with AlienVault Unified SIEM can be installed on Controllers in "listen only" mode without any ability to block or otherwise interfere with the Controller's functions.
The embedded Agent can check the security status of the embedded device including: the status of executables (antivirus, host firewall, host IDS, sandbox), files (antivirus signatures, host firewall policies, host IPS signatures, MD5 checksum, file version), registry values, versions, patches, and operating system configurations.
Worldwide Computer Products News-25 June 2003-Symantec ships Host IDS 4.
The company has also updated its host intrusion detection system for servers with Host IDS, a replacement for its earlier Intruder Alert product.
The integration of ManHunt and Symantec Host IDS, slated to be available in the December quarter, will provide better recognition and response to attacks by correlating IDS data from both the host and the network.