Provided by: specter_1.4-2build1_i386 bug

NAME

       specter - netfilter/iptables ULOG daemon

SYNOPSIS

       specter [options]

DESCRIPTION

       specter  connects  to  the netlink device of the Linux kernel and reads
       messages from the netfilter that get  queued  with  the  iptables  ULOG
       target.  For this to work you have to compile the ULOG target into your
       kernel or load the respective module.

       The received messages can be logged into  files  or  into  a  mySQL  or
       PostgreSQL  database.  Possibilities  are based on dynamically loadable
       plugins, which are shipped along with specter package.

OPTIONS

       -d, --daemon
              fork specter into background (start as daemon)

       -c <filename>, --configfile <filename>
              use   <filename>    as    configuration    file    instead    of
              /etc/specter.conf

       -u <username>, --uid <username>
              This  option  tells  specter  to  drop its privileges and run as
              given user.

       -g <group>, --gid <group>
              This option tells specter to drop  its  privileges  and  run  as
              given group.

       -h, --help
              show usage information

       -V, --version
              show version information and copyright

FILES

       /etc/specter.conf
       /var/log/specter.log

SEE ALSO

       specter.conf(5), iptables(8).

       Apart from manuals there’s more documentation in /usr/doc/specter-1.4/.

AUTHOR

       This manual page was written by Joerg Wendland  <joergland@debian.org>,
       for  the  Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). Modified
       by Michal Kwiatkowski <ruby@joker.linuxstuff.pl> for specter.