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Number of commits: 12
Mon, 6 Jun 2011
[ 17:06 csjp ] Original commit 
bsmtrace 1.3 security files touched by this commit BSM based intrusion detection system
Update bsmtrace port to version 1.3

-Add support for larger set sizes (for group/user specifications)
-Add the ability to pass the effective uid to a trigger
-Fixed bug which resulted in "status" being ignored for single
 state sequences
-Added support for logging channels.
-Added support for state triggers.
-Fixed bug where alerts were being produced for state machines
 that have been expired. (Alerts have already been generated).
-Fixed two memory leaks which could really impact systems with high
 volumes audit records.

Approved by:    wxs
Reviewed by:    alm (maintainer)
Tue, 3 Mar 2009
[ 14:53 csjp ] Original commit 
termlog 2.5_1 security  Deleted Broken Deprecated Expired Ignore files touched by this commit Monitor or log multiple system terminals synchronously
Add rc file for termlog.

PR:             129571
Submitted by:   Alex Keda
Approved by:    wxs
Wed, 24 Oct 2007
[ 01:08 csjp ] Original commit 
bsmtrace 1.1.0 security files touched by this commit BSM based intrusion detection system
Update bsmtrace to 1.1.0.

1.1.0 fixes a pretty serious bug which resulted in BSM records without
pathname tokens being processed in some cases.

Additionally, timeout-window and timeout-probability features were added
to allow people defining sequences with timeouts to add an element of
randomness to the timeout, in theory making it more difficult for people
to attack.

timeout 60;
timeout-window 10;
timeout-probability 65;

Basically equates to:

"This sequence should timeout in a random amount of time, where the
 probability of the timeout being from 60-70 is 65%"

It should be noted that there is a probability of 35% that the value will
be completely random.  So naturally, the lower the timeout-probability, the
more random the timeout will be.

Approved by:    tmclaugh
Number of commits: 12
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