[Snort-devel] Snort++ Build 201 Available Now

Snort Releases snortreleases at ...835...
Thu Jun 23 12:27:59 EDT 2016

Snort++ build 201 is now available on snort.org <http://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.


* add configure --enable-hardened-build
* add configure --pie (position independent executable)
* add new_http_inspect alert for loss of sync
* add peg counts for new_http_inspect
* add peg counts for sd_pattern
* add file_log inspector to log file events
* add filename support to file daq
* update file processing configuration
* add high availability support for udp and icmp
* add support for safe C library
* add new http_inspect alerts abusive content-length and transfer-encodings
* add \b matching to sensitive data
* add obfuscation for sensitive data
* add support for unprivileged operation
* convert legacy allocations to memory manager for better memory profiling
* add double-decoding to new_http_inspect
* add obfuscation support for cmg and unified2

Bug Fixes:

* various snort2lua updates and fixes
* fix default prime tables for internal hash functions
* fix new_http_inspect bounds issues
* miscellaneous cmake and auto tools build fixes
* add / update unit tests
* fix additional memory leaks
* fix compiler warnings
* fix static analysis issues
* fix handling of bpf file failures
* fix link with dynamic DAQ
* fix multi-DAQ instance configuration
* prevent profiler double counting on recursion

Other Changes:

* initial appid port - in progress
* continued porting of dce_rpc - smb transaction processing
* openssl is now a mandatory dependency
* DAQ 2.1 has many updates - see the ChangeLog for details

Please submit bugs, questions, and feedback to bugs at ...835... or the 
Snort-Users mailing list.

Happy Snorting!
The Snort Release Team
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