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Fri, 5 Oct 2007
[ 01:44:07 clsung ] Original commit 
libprelude security files touched by this commit Framework library for Prelude NIDS
- Update to 0.9.15.2
- Updated patch-Makefile.in
- Added Man page

Changelog libprelude:
- prelude-adduser has been renamed to prelude-admin, and now include command
  to print or send files containing binary IDMEF data.
- Brand new failover implementation, Feature a real 'journaling' log,
  allowing to restart where we were interupted. Allow multiple process to write
to
  the same failover, and is chroot safe.
- prelude-admin manpage, thanks to Frederic Motte <fred at ubixis com>.
- Use SHA1 in place of MD5 for Analyzer checksum.
- Do not set TCP option on UNIX socket, avoid un-necessary warning.
- New measure all over the public interface to protect against bad API
  usage, when a function is not used correctly, a critical warning is triggered.
- [logging]: New PRELUDE_LOG_CRIT logging priority.
- [logging]: Correctly map Prelude log level to Syslog priority.
- [logging]: Improved logging format (include timestamp, level, process pid).
- [logging]: New LIBPRELUDE_ABORT variable, useful if you'd like libprelude
  to abord on critical assertion.
- [logging]: Automatically switch to syslog mode if we detect stdout/stderr
  closure.
- [IDMEF-Criteria]: When we try to match a value against a path that is not
  part of a message using a 'not' operator, the match should succeed
  (Example:
   alert.classification.text != 'stuff' should match if the message has no
   classification object).
- [IDMEF-Criteria]: When matching multiple listed values within the same
  path using a 'not' operator, return an explicit 'no match' if the provided
  comparison value was found at least once.
- [IDMEF-Path] (fix #251): Fixes NULL pointer dereference when the last
  element of an IDMEF path to an enumeration is not the enumeration itself
  (S??鞋bastien Tricaud <toady at gscore.org>
- Fix a possible race condition with the internal libprelude reference to
  the program idmef_analyzer_t when asynchronous timer were used.
- Workaround possible deadlock at exit on OpenBSD, Linux Glibc.
- Only configure libltdl if it is required.
- Various bug fixes, minor enhancements.
- Write the children PID into specified pidfile (fixes #257).
- Fix double free on idmef_criterion_value_t cloned regexp object (thanks
  to Helmut Azbest <helmut.azbest at gmail.com>).
- Allow Python thread to run, while entering libprelude C function.
- Return PRELUDE_ERROR_ASSERTION when API check fail, in place of
  PRELUDE_ERROR_GENERIC.
- Make prelude_plugin_unsubcribe() work as expected (call the plugin
  instance destroy function).
- Various bug fixes, minor enhancements.

PR:             ports/116107
Submitted by:   maintainer (Robin Gruyters)

Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 1

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