PortDog a network anomaly detector aimed to detect port scanning techniques

PortDog PortDog is a network anomaly detector aimed to detect port scanning techniques. It is entirely written in python and has easy-to-use interface. It was tested on Ubuntu 15. Please note that, it is not working on Windows OS

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