We often cover topics about IDSs in class. It is a system(s) embedded within computer networks against malicious activities or policy violations. For example, an IDS infrastructure does so by analyzing incoming network traffic. However, this article titled “How to install Advanced Intrusion Detection Environment on CentOS” that I’m sharing with you provides a broader prospect about IDS, the Advanced Intrusion Detection Environment.
AIDE was developed to replace Tripwire licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL). According to author of the article, Jack Wallen, AIDE is recommended for better I.T. Security because it serves as a supplement layer of protection for CentOS environments. For those who might be interested in learning how to deploy AIDE on a network platform the correct way, here are some detailed instruction materials of how to install AIDE on CentOS.
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