[Snort-users] why old libnet?
eric.hines at ...8860...
Wed Mar 30 07:01:43 EST 2005
I read in documentation somewhere that flexresp2 had the capability to
redirect someone to a custom URL in their web browser but never saw this
implemented. Will it be a feature of the new Flexresp2?
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Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 4:01 PM
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Subject: Re: [Snort-users] why old libnet?
On Mon, Mar 28, Matt Kettler wrote:
> As for flexresp itself, it's getting to be a bit on the "aged" side. I
> know one of the SF guys (Chris? Jeff?) was working on a "flexresp2",
> but it looks like 2.3.2 still only includes the old version.
Flexresp2 hasn't been forgotten, and is currently in CVS HEAD. We've been
trying to migrate over to it for stables releases, but haven't progressed as
quickly as we wanted to due to other items on the TODO list.
HEAD should be usable for those who want to try out Flexresp2, but standard
CVS devel code caveats still apply. Documentation is in
./doc/README.FLEXRESP2. You'll also need to install libdnet.
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