[Snort-users] Snort++ Build 225 Available Now on Snort.org!

Snort Releases snortreleases at ...950...
Thu Feb 2 11:45:03 EST 2017


Snort++ build 225 is now available on Snort.org 
<https://snort.org/downloads/#snort-3.0>. This is the latest monthly 
update available for download.  You can also get the latest updates from 
github (snortadmin/snort3 <https://github.com/snortadmin/snort3>) which 
is updated weekly.

There are too many changes to list here so check the ChangeLog for details.

Enhancements:

  * implement RPC over HTTP by adding dce_http_server and dce_http_proxy
  * port disable_replace option from snort 2.x and add snort2lua support
  * port ssh tunnel over http detection

Bug Fixes:

  * fix stream splitter handling during final flush of session data
  * fix appid to use HTTP inspection events to detect webdav methods
  * fix unit test build to work w/o REG_TEST
  * fix shell to add missing newline to Lua execution error responses
  * fix support for content strings with escaped quotes ("foo\"bar")
  *     thanks to secres at ...8508... for reporting the issue
  * fix various reload issues
  * fix various thread sanitizer issues
  * fix session disposal to always be after logging
  * fix appid pattern matching issues
  * fix appid dns flow counts
  * fix shell resume after command line --pause
  * fix sd_pattern validation boundary conditions

Other Changes:

  * build: don't disable asserts when compiling with code coverage
  * autoconf: update to latest versions of autoconf-archive macros
  * main: add asynchronous, broadcastable analyzer commands
  * add salt to flow hash
  * normalize peg names to lower snake_case
  * update default manuals

Please submit bugs, questions, and feedback to bugs at ...950... or the 
Snort-Users mailing list <https://snort.org/community>.

Happy Snorting!
The Snort Release Team

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