Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Snort++ Build 191 Available Now

Snort++ build 191 is now available on snort.org.  This is the latest monthly update available for download.  You can also get the latest updates from github (snortadmin/snort3) which is updated weekly.

Click below for details:



Bug Fixes:

  • fix perf_monitor stats output at shutdown
  • fix doc/online_manual.sh for linux
  • fix console close and remote control disconnect issues
  • format string cleanup for parser logging
  • fix conf reload by signal
  • fixed more address sanitizer bugs
  • fixed use of debug vs debug-msgs
  • fix linux + clang build errors
  • added delete/delete[] replacements for nothrow overload;
  •   thanks to Ramya Potluri for reporting the issue
  • fixed a detection option comparison bug which wasted time and space
  • add missing ips option hash and == methods
  • disable perf_monitor by default since the reporting interval should be set
  • valgrind and unsanitary address fixes
  • build issue fix - make non-GNU strerror_r() the default case
  • added support for http 0.9 to new_http_inspect
  • added URI normalization of headers, cookies, and post bodies to new_http_inspect
  • fixed misc clang and dynamic plugin build issues
  • fixed static analysis issues and crash in new_http_inspect
  • fixed issues reported by Bill Parker
  • fixed tcp paws issue
  • fixed normalization stats

Enhancements:

  • initial port of sensitive data as a rule option
  • initial memory management implementation
  • add statistics counters to host_tracker module
  • new_http_inspect basic URI normalization with configuration options
  • replaced ppm module with latency
  • continued perf_monitor rewrite
  • trough rewrite
  • updated catch header (used for some unit tests)
  • file capture added - initial version writes from packet thread
  • configure_cmake.sh updates to better support scripting
  • continued dce2 port, associated snort2lua updates
  • refactoring updates to tcp session
  • refactoring updates to profiler

Please submit bugs, questions, and feedback to bugs@snort.org or the Snort-Users mailing list.

Happy Snorting!
The Snort Release Team

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