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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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He had dirty hands and dirty broken nails, and looked as if he had been in the coals; he was in a perspiration, and snorted and sniffed and puffed and blew, like a little labouring steam-engine.
'You can't say, you know,' snorted Pancks, taking one of his dirty hands out of his rusty iron-grey pockets to bite his nails, if he could find any, and turning his beads of eyes upon his employer,
"If that brother of yours was worth his salt, he could take the wagon," he snorted.
The two wolves ran, ladies'-chain fashion, in and out of the herd, which snorted and threw up its head, and separated into two clumps.
While daily cocaine hydrochloride users snort the white powder around the clock, the 175 people sniffing their homemade crack took the drug infrequently and displayed no physical side effects or signs of dependency.
Snort 2.4, the latest version of the Snort intrusion prevention system, has been unveiled by Sourcefire Inc, an intrusion prevention company.
She actually said she would offer his ashes to me first to snort and then said she would like them," the Daily Telegraph quoted Strauss as telling RadarOnline.com.
Or rather it's trendy to admit you once snorted coke but wouldn't now recommend it to anyone else.
The anonymous source said: "She used a credit card to cut up the ketamine and then snorted it with a straw.
The sound of a laugh also varies enormously, from pig snorts, to frog croaks and bird chirps.
HARD LINES: Straightlaced Yvonne snorts cocaine in a shock episode of Fair City which shows that drugs can be a slippery slope for anyone, no matter how respectable; SOME FRIENDS: Orla and Niamh are unconcerned as Yvonne takes a snort
Joe Reevy of the analyst firm said: "Once you've taken a snort, the compounds will be in the oils of your skin and they'll get transferred to the notes you handle.