Focus on IDS
I love the smell of whining in the morning... Dec 04 2009 08:24PM
Joel M Snyder (Joel Snyder Opus1 COM) (4 replies)
RE: I love the smell of whining in the morning... Dec 08 2009 02:04PM
Eric Hanselman (ehanselman netscape net) (3 replies)
RE: I love the smell of whining in the morning... Dec 10 2009 05:09PM
Nelson Brito (nbrito sekure org)
RE: I love the smell of whining in the morning... Dec 08 2009 06:15PM
Greg Shipley (gshipley neohapsis com) (1 replies)

Agreed that Bob did a solid job, but is Bob still with NSS and/or
doing the actual work?

Regardless, I would like to see the testing criteria used IN THIS TEST
and the list of hardware and vendor version numbers. Does anyone know
if there's an ability to see these without paying the $1800 for the
report?

Thanks,

-Greg

On Tue, 8 Dec 2009, Eric Hanselman wrote:

> For those of you unfamiliar with NSS, Bob Walder and his team do an amazing
> job. While the TP marketing folks are working to minimize their importance,
> NSS continues to perform the most exhaustive IPS/IDS testing available.
> Contrary to the intimations of TP's release, they've been around for years
> and are very skilled at what they do.
>
> I've worked with them as a vendor in previous lives at ISS and IBM. $1,800
> is a bargain for independent information that you can trust.
>
> - Eric Hanselman
>
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> Before the report is even published by an un-named test lab, TippingPoint is
> whining about the results. I guess in the blogosphere, everyone can hear
> you scream...
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