[Snort-users] BASE 1.1 release
Basselgia, Barry A Mr (NAF Atsugi)
BABasselgia at ...12104...
Mon Apr 4 19:39:34 EDT 2005
Just downloaded and installed Base 1.1, had base 1.0.1 running with no
Now when I click on the links on the main page I get the following:
Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in
/srv/www/htdocs/base/includes/base_state_citems.inc.php on line 498
I'm not sure what's wrong. Can someone help?
I'm running snort on SuSE 9.1 with php 4.3.4, Apache 2.0.49, and mysql.
From: snort-users-admin at lists.sourceforge.net
[mailto:snort-users-admin at lists.sourceforge.net]On Behalf Of Kevin
Sent: Monday, April 04, 2005 6:19 AM
To: Snort Users
Subject: [Snort-users] BASE 1.1 release
Hey everyone! I know it's been two months of waiting and two months of
painstaking work (for us) getting all the new features of
BASE working, as well as all of the bugs you've submitted fixed (thanks for
letting us know about them!!).
But here it is, our biggest release yet, 1.1
Why do we say it's our biggest release? Just take a look at some of the
things we've built into it!
--REMOVED THE NEED FOR A THIRD PARTY GRAPHING ENGINE!
For those of you that found jpgraph too hard to install
(and for those of you that have read the jpgraph license agreement
for corporate environments.)
It's gone! After you install BASE 1.1, go ahead and delete jpgraph!
-- Created a standalone cache program
This program can run via a schedule or manually. It will then
automatically update any of the DB caches in BASE.
This removes the need for BASE to do this, which results in a much
-- Auto-Packet Decode.
(Don't want to look at your packet dumps in hex? Fine! Check it
out in Plain text mode!)
(We believe we are the only web-based Snort tool to do this!)
-- Created a cookie that will remember if you want plain-text or hex
-- Review of the Archive Database from the same console.
You no longer have to maintain two copies of BASE anymore!
Just one copy will work with both your current DB and your archive
-- Support for themes.
(Don't like the colors associated with BASE, or want to design your
own interface? Our theme engine is css,
the beauty of the possibly of the design in CSS is unmatched.
We also have a new place on our project website for these! Submit
-- Oracle Support.
(The Oracle support is preliminary and will get better as users help
report problems with it.)
-- We've simplified the Graph Form to make it more user friendly.
-- Added a functionality to be able to use multiple BASE interfaces on the
same screen and keep them all straight.
We display the "InstallID" in the title bar for you to be able to
determine which is which.
We have also fixed an enormous number of bugs that have been bothering us
and our users.
List of Bugs we've fixed in this release:
-- Fixed the signature lookup mechanism for the new Snort.org website.
-- Fixed a bug where the PostgreSQL setup wasn't functioning correctly. --
Thanks C. Bensend
-- Fixed the "Call to undefined function" bug in "Whois Cache".
-- Fixed a coding error brought over from ACID that gets Source and
Destination Ports backwards when describing them.
-- Fixed a bug that existed if there were no users in the db.
-- Fixed a bug that "garbled BASE Web UI messages in the Japanese character
-- Fixed a bug that was found when going from one alert to the next using
the "Next" and "Back" buttons.
The Alert numbers were incorrect!
-- Fixes to the Portuguese language File. -- Thanks Thiago Martins
-- Fixed a bug where the "distinct IP" links didn't display "distinct IPs".
-- Fixed a bug where the Pie Charts weren't functioning.
-- Fixed an error in the German language File. -- Thanks Heinrich Lieker
-- Fixed a bug where Archiving an alert would error and say "duplicate
-- Fixed a bug where the IP links would not be sorted in the correct order.
-- Fixed a bug in the base_maintenance.pl program.
-- Fixed a bug where your Search Criteria would be lost if you hit"Back".
-- Fixed an error where you couldn't email from the Alert Group page.--
Thanks Ethan Chai
-- Fixed an error were the Sorting of Alerts and Searches would not be in
the correct order.
-- Fixed a bug where php "safe mode" would cause BASE to stop functioning.
-- Fixed a bug where setup would die without telling the user.
This release is, as always, available from our project web site at
You can also reach us at base at ...12400...
Please let us know what you think and if you have an idea for a new feature
or have found a bug, please post them
on our project web site.
Kevin Johnson and the BASE project team
BASE Project Lead
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