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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 condom snorting challenge is nothing new, according to ABC News, with YouTube star Savannah Strong posting a video back in 2013, and others dating back to 2007.
"The man's father becomes concerned about his son's care and places CCTV in the home and during the footage he finds the defendant snorting lines of cocaine.
Prosecutor John Wylde said that Williams had simply assumed victim Zachariah Hannah was a Muslim and made pig snorting noises each time he saw him because of his belief the complainant did not eat pork.
It's like working in a farm and I actually feel nauseous if I'm eating something at my desk when he starts his snorting.
In their ongoing efforts to find cheap, easy ways to get high, it seems that students at a Rhode Island middle school started snorting crushed "Smarties," a popular sugary-candy wafer product typically sold in little rolls.
London, March 30 ( ANI ): Liam Gallaher was reportedly kicked out of a pub by bouncer after he was suspected of snorting cocaine in the loo.
Pressurised liquid gas used in filling a lighter got accumulated in the car when two men were snorting it to get intoxicated.
A DETECTIVE accused of drugs and misconduct offences told a court he bought a T-shirt with a picture of a policeman snorting drugs on it for a colleague as a joke.
THESE shocking pictures show TV presenter Matthew Pritchard snorting a white powder at 30,000ft - in full view of passengers on a packed holiday jet.
Typically, it is the snorting that bothers us most.
The 31-year-old boxer, who was admitted to a rehabilitation clinic on Monday, was secretly filmed allegedly snorting the class A drug while on a night out.
Male topi antelopes resort to deception to keep a potential mate around, snorting as if there's a lion nearby when it seems she might wander off.