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Accepted strongswan 4.4.1-4~bpo50+1 (source all i386)

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Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2010 17:14:53 -0400
Source: strongswan
Binary: strongswan libstrongswan strongswan-dbg strongswan-starter strongswan-ikev1 strongswan-ikev2 strongswan-nm
Architecture: source all i386
Version: 4.4.1-4~bpo50+1
Distribution: lenny-backports
Urgency: high
Maintainer: Rene Mayrhofer <rmayr@debian.org>
Changed-By: Micah Anderson <micah@debian.org>
 libstrongswan - strongSwan utility and crypto library
 strongswan - IPsec VPN solution metapackage
 strongswan-dbg - strongSwan library and binaries - debugging symbols
 strongswan-ikev1 - strongSwan Internet Key Exchange (v1) daemon
 strongswan-ikev2 - strongSwan Internet Key Exchange (v2) daemon
 strongswan-nm - strongSwan plugin to interact with NetworkManager
 strongswan-starter - strongSwan daemon starter and configuration file parser
Closes: 372267 372267 388672 389253 391457 391565 396179 407449 415178 431154 431157 431874 432189 432212 432642 442880 442880 442929 444710 448327 455711 463321 465718 470721 473703 475098 475099 480928 492455 492902 494678 497756 506320 507542 521950 521950 525234 525652 525652 526037 526486 526487 526488 528073 528323 528370 529027 529063 529071 529592 529638 529661 529742 530273 531612 531612 533837 533837 557635 569299 569550 569553 577855 580954 587052 587159 587241 587255 587282 587562 587562 587564 587583 587583 593313 593313 593768 595885
 strongswan (4.4.1-4~bpo50+1) lenny-backports; urgency=high
   * Backport to stable.
   * Bump dependency on libdbus-glib-1-2 and nm libraries to pull in
     backports version
   * Add myself to Uploaders.
 strongswan (4.4.1-4) unstable; urgency=medium
   * dh_clean should not be called by the install target. This caused the
     arch: all package strongswan to be built but not included in the changes
     Closes: #593768: strongswan: 4.4.1 unavailable in testing notwhistanding
                      a freeze-exception request
   * Rewrote parts of the init.d script to make stop/restart more robust
     when pluto or charon fail.
   * Closes: #595885: strongswan: FTBFS in squeeze: No package 'libnm_glib_vpn'
     This bug was actually closed in 4.4.0 with changed dependencies.
 strongswan (4.4.1-3) unstable; urgency=low
   * Change make clean to make distclean to make package building
     Really closes: Bug#593313: strongswan: FTBFS because clean rule fails
 strongswan (4.4.1-2) unstable; urgency=low
   * Recompiled with dpkg-buildpackage instead of svn-buildpackage to
     make the clean target work. I am still looking for the root cause of
     this quilt 3.0 format and svn-buildpackage incompatibility.
     Closes: Bug#593313: strongswan: FTBFS because clean rule fails
   * Removed the --enable-socket-* configure options again. Having multiple
     socket variants for charon would force to explicitly enable one (in case
     of pluto co-existance the socket-raw) in strongswan.conf. Disabling the
     other variants for now at build-time relieves us from changing the
     default config file and might be more future-proof concerning future
     upstream changes to configure options.
     Really closes: #587583
 strongswan (4.4.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
     Closes: #587583: strongswan 4.4.0-2 does not work here: charon seems not
                      to ignore all incoming requests/answers
     Closes: #506320: strongswan: include directives error and ikev2
   * Fix typo in debconf templates.
     Closes: #587564: strongswan: Minor typos in Debconf template
   * Updated debconf translations.
     Closes: #587562: strongswan: [INTL:de] updated German debconf translation
     Closes: #580954: [INTL:es] Spanish debconf template translation for
 strongswan (4.4.0-3) unstable; urgency=low
   * Updated debconf translations.
     Closes: #587562: strongswan: [INTL:de] updated German debconf translation
 strongswan (4.4.0-2) unstable; urgency=low
   * Force enable-socket-raw configure option and enable list-missing option
     for dh_install to make sure that all required plugins get built and
     Closes: #587282: plugins missing
   * Updated debconf translations.
     Closes: #587052: strongswan: [INTL:fr] French debconf templates
             translation update
     Closes: #587159: strongswan: [INTL:ru] Russian debconf templates
             translation update
     Closes: #587255: strongswan: [INTL:pt] Updated Portuguese
             translation for debconf messages
     Closes: #587241: [INTL:sv] po-debconf file for strongswan
   * Disabled cisco-quirks configure option, as it causes pluto to emit a
     bogus Cicso vendor ID attribute. Some Cicso VPN clients might not work
     without this, but it is less confusing for standards-compliant remote
   * Removed leftover attribute plugin source caused by incomplete svn-upgrade
 strongswan (4.4.0-1) unstable; urgency=HIGH
   * New upstream release, now with a high-availability plugin.
   * Added patch to fix snprintf bug.
   * Enable building of ha, dhcp, and farp plugins.
   * Enable capability dropping (now depends on libcap). Switching
     user to new system user strongswan (with nogroup) after startup
     is still disabled until the iptables updown script can be made
     to work.
 strongswan (4.3.6-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release, now build-depends on gperf.
     Closes: #577855: New upstream release 4.3.6
     Closes: #569553: strongswan: Certificates CNs containing email address
                      OIDs are not correctly parsed
     Closes: #557635: strongswan charon does not rekey forever
     Closes: #569299: Please update configure check to use new nm-glib
                      pkgconfig file name
   * Switch to dpkg-source 3.0 (quilt) format
   * Synchronize debconf handling with current openswan 2.6.25 package to keep
     X509 certificate handling etc. similar. Thanks to Harald Jenny for
     implementing these changes in openswan, which I just converted to
   * Now also build a strongswan-dbg package to ship debugging symbols.
   * Include attr plugin in strongswan-ikev2 package. Thanks to Christoph Lukas
     for pointing out that this was missing.
     Closes: #569550: strongswan: Please include attr plugin
 strongswan (4.3.4-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
   * This release supports integrity checking of libraries, which is
     now enabled at build-time and can be enabled at run-time using
         libstrongswan {
           integrity_test = yes
     in /etc/strongswan.conf.
   * Don't disable internal crypto libraries for pluto. They might be
     required when working with older ipsec.conf files.
   * charon now supports "include" directives in ipsec.secrets for
     compatibility with how the maintainer script includes RSA private keys.
   * Patched starter to also look at routing table "default" when table
     "main" doesn't have a default entry. This makes dealing with
     "%defaulroute" in ipsec.conf more flexible.
     Update: It seems Astaro was quicker then me sending a patch with
     exactly that aim to upstream. Now applied this one, which will be
     part of future upstream releases and uses netlink to read routing
 strongswan (4.3.2-1) unstable; urgency=HIGH
   Urgency high because of security issue and FTBFS.
   * New upstream release, fixes security bug.
   * Fix padlock handling for i386 in debian/rules.
     Closes: #525652 (FTBFS on i386)
   * Acknowledge NMUs by security team.
     Closes: #533837, #531612
   * Add "Conflicts: strongswan (< 4.2.12-1)" to libstrongswan,
     strongswan-starter, strongswan-ikev1, and strongswan-ikev2 to force
     update of the strongswan package on installation and avoid conflicts
     caused by package restructuring.
     Closes: #526037: strongswan-ikev2 and strongswan: error when trying to
                      install together
     Closes: #526486: strongswan and libstrongswan: error when trying to
                      install together
     Closes: #526487: strongswan-ikev1 and strongswan: error when trying to
                      install together
     Closes: #526488: strongswan-starter and strongswan: error when trying to
                      install together
   * Debconf templates and debian/control reviewed by the debian-l10n-
     english team as part of the Smith review project. Closes: #528073
   * Debconf translation updates:
     Closes: #525234: [INTL:ja] Update po-debconf template translation (ja.po)
     Closes: #528323: [INTL:sv] po-debconf file for strongswan
     Closes: #528370: [INTL:vi] Vietnamese debconf templates translation update
     Closes: #529027: [INTL:pt] Updated Portuguese translation for debconf messages
     Closes: #529071: [INTL:fr] French debconf templates translation update
     Closes: #529592: nb translation of debconf PO for strongSWAN
     Closes: #529638: [INTL:ru] Russian debconf templates translation
     Closes: #529661: Updated Czech translation of strongswan debconf messages
     Closes: #529742: [INTL:eu] strongswan debconf basque translation
     Closes: #530273: [INTL:fi] Finnish translation of the debconf templates
     Closes: #529063: [INTL:gl] strongswan 4.2.14-2 debconf translation update
 strongswan (4.2.14-1.2) unstable; urgency=high
   * Non-maintainer upload.
   * Fix build on i386
     Closes: #525652: FTBFS on i386:
     libstrongswan-padlock.so*': No such file or directory
   * Fix Two Denial of Service Vulnerabilities
     Closes: #533837: strongSwan Two Denial of Service Vulnerabilities
 strongswan (4.2.14-1.1) unstable; urgency=high
   * Non-maintainer upload by the Security Team.
   * Fix two possible null pointer dereferences leading to denial
     of service via crafted IKE_SA_INIT, CREATE_CHILD_SA or
     IKE_AUTH request (CVE-2009-1957; CVE-2009-1958; Closes: #531612).
 strongswan (4.2.14-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release, which incorporates the fix. Removed dpatch for it.
     Closes: #521950: CVE-2009-0790: DoS
   * New support for EAP RADIUS authentication, enabled for this package.
 strongswan (4.2.13-2) unstable; urgency=low
   * Fix DoS issue via malicious Dead Peer Detection packet. Thanks to the
     security team for providing the patch.
     Closes: #521950: CVE-2009-0790: DoS
     Gerd v. Egidy discovered that the Pluto IKE daemon in openswan is prone
     to a denial of service attack via a malicious packet.
 strongswan (4.2.13-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release. This is now compatible with network-manager 0.7
     in Debian, so start building the strongswan-side support. The actual
     plugin will need to be another source package.
 strongswan (4.2.12-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release. Starting with this version, the strongswan
     packages is modularized and includes support for plugins like the
     NetworkManager plugin. Many details were adopted from Martin Willi's
   * Dropping support for raw RSA public/private keypairs, as charon does
     not support it.
   * Explicitly remove directories /etc/ipsec.d and /var/run/pluto on purge.
 strongswan (4.2.9-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release, fixes a MOBIKE issue.
     Closes: #507542: strongswan: endless loop
   * Explicitly enable compilation with libcurl for CRL fetching
     Closes: #497756: strongswan: not compiled with curl support; crl
                      fetching not available
   * Enable compilation with SSH agent support.
 strongswan (4.2.4-5) unstable; urgency=high
   Reason for urgency high: this is potentially security relevant.
   * Patch backported from 4.2.7 to fix a potential DoS issue.
     Thanks to Thomas Kallenberg for the patch.
 strongswan (4.2.4-4) unstable; urgency=low
   * Tweaked configure options for lenny to remove somewhat experimental,
     incomplete, or unnecessary features. Removed --enable-xml,
     --enable-padlock, and --enable-manager and added --disable-aes,
     --disable-des, --disable-fips-prf, --disable-gmp, --disable-md5,
     --disable-sha1, and --disable-sha2 because openssl already
     contains this code, we depend on it and thus don't need it twice.
     Padlock support does not do much, because the bulk encryption uses
     it anyway (being done internally in the kernel) and using padlock
     for IKEv2 key agreement adds complexity for little gain.
     Thanks to Thomas Kallenberg of strongswan upstream team for
     suggesting these changes. The package is now noticable smaller.
   * Also remove dbus dependency, which is no longer necessary.
 strongswan (4.2.4-3) unstable; urgency=low
   * Changed configure option to build peer-to-peer service again.
     Closes: #494678: strongswan: configure option --enable-p2p changed to
 strongswan (4.2.4-2) unstable; urgency=medium
   Urgency medium because this fixes an FTFBS bug on non-i386.
   * Only compile padlock crypto acceleration support for i386. Thanks for
     the patch!
     Closes: #492455: strongswan: FTBFS: Uses i386 assembler on non-i386
   * Updated Swedish debconf translation.
     Closes: #492902: [INTL:sv] po-debconf file for strongswan
 strongswan (4.2.4-1) unstable; urgency=medium
   Urgency medium because this new upstream versions no longer uses
   dbus and thus fixed the grave bug from the last Debian package. This
   version should transit to testing.
   * New upstream release. Starting with version 4.2.0, crypto algorithms have
     beeen modularized with existing code ported over. Among other improvments,
     this version now supports AES-CCM (e.g. with esp=aes128ccm12) and AES-GCM
     (e.g. with esp=aes256gcm16) starting with kernel 2.6.25 and enables dead
     peer detection by default.
     Note that charon (IKEv2) now uses the new /etc/strongswan.conf.
   * Enabled building of VIA Padlock and openssl crypto plugins.
   * Drop patch to rename AES_cbc_encrypt so as not to conflict with an
     openssl method of the same name. This has been applied upstream.
   * This new upstream version no longer uses dbus.
     Closes: #475098: charon needs dbus but strongswan does not depend on dbus
     Closes: #475099: charon does not work any more
   * This new upstream version no longer prints error messages in its
     init script.
     Closes: #465718: strongswan: startup on booting returns error messages
   * Apply patch to ipsec init script to fix bashism.
     Closes: #473703: strongswan: bashism in /bin/sh script
   * Updated Czech debconf translation.
     Closes: #480928: [l10n] Updated Czech translation of strongswan debconf
 strongswan (4.1.11-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
   * DBUS support now interacts with network-manager, so need to build-depend
     on network-manager-dev.
   * The web interface has been improved and now requires libfcgi-dev and
     clearsilver-dev to compile, so build-depend on them. Also build-depend
     on libxml2-dev, libdbus-1-dev, libtool, and libsqlite3-dev (which were
     all build-deps before but were not listed explicitly so far - fix that).
   * Add patch to rename internal AES_cbc_encrypt function and thus avoid
     conflict with the openssl function.
     Closes: #470721: pluto segfaults when using pkcs11 library linked with
 strongswan (4.1.10-2) unstable; urgency=low
   * Enable new configure options: dbus, xml, nonblocking, thread, peer-
     to-peer NAT-traversal and the manager interface support.
   * Also set the default path to the opensc-pkcs11 engine explicitly.
 strongswan (4.1.10-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
     Closes: #455711: New upstream version 4.1.9
   * Updated Japanese debconf translation.
     Closes: #463321: strongswan: [INTL:ja] Update po-debconf template
                      translation (ja.po)
 strongswan (4.1.8-3) unstable; urgency=low
   * Force use of hardening-wrapper when building the package by setting
     a Build-Dep to it and setting export DEB_BUILD_HARDENING=1 in
 strongswan (4.1.8-2) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Ship our own init script, since upstream no longer does. This is still
     installed as /etc/init.d/ipsec (and not /etc/init.d/strongswan) to be
     backwards compatible.
     Really closes: #442880: strongswan: postinst failure (missing
   * Actually, need to be smarter with ipsec.conf and ipsec.secrets. Not
     marking them as conffiles isn't the right thing either. Instead, now
     use the includes feature to pull in config snippets that are
     modified by debconf. It's not perfect, though, as the IKEv1/IKEv2
     protocols can't be enabled/disabled with includes. Therefore don't
     support this option in debconf for the time being, but default to
     enabled for both IKE versions. The files edited with debconf are kept
     under /var/lib/strongswan.
   * Cleanup debian/rules: no longer need to remove leftover files from
     patching, as currently there are no Debian-specific patches (fortunately).
   * More cleanup: drop debconf translations hack for woody compatibility,
     depend on build-stamp instead of build in the install-strongswan target,
     and remove the now unnecessary dh_clean -k call in install-strongswan so
     that configure shouldn't run twice during building the package.
   * Update French debconf translation.
     Closes: #448327: strongswan: [INTL:fr] French debconf templates
                      translation update
 strongswan (4.1.8-1) unstable; urgency=low
   The "I'm back from my long semi-vacation, and strongswan is now bug-free
   again" release.
   * New upstream release.
     Closes: #442880: strongswan: postinst failure (missing /etc/init.d/ipsec)
     Closes: #431874: strongswan - FTBFS: cannot create regular file
                      `/etc/ipsec.conf': Permission denied
   * Explicitly use debhalper compatbility version 5m now using debian/compat
     instead of DH_COMPAT.
   * Since there's no configurability in dh_installdeb's mania to flag
     everything below /etc as a conffile, now hack DEBIAN/conffiles directly
     to remove ipsec.conf and ipsec.secrets.
     Closes: #442929: strongswan: Maintainer script modifies conffiles
   * Add/update debconf translations.
     Closes: #432189: strongswan: [INTL:de] updated German debconf translation
     Closes: #432212: [l10n] Updated Czech translation of strongswan debconf
     Closes: #432642: strongswan: [INTL:fr] French debconf templates
                      translation update
     Closes: #444710: strongswan: [INTL:pt] Updated Portuguese translation for
                      debconf messages
 strongswan (4.1.4-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
   * Fixed debconf descriptions.
     Closes: #431157: strongswan: Minor errors in Debconf template
   * Include Portugese and
     Closes: #415178: strongswan: [INTL:pt] Portuguese translation for debconf
     Closes: #431154: strongswan: [INTL:de] initial German debconf translation
 strongswan (4.1.3-1) unreleased; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
 strongswan (4.1.1-1) unreleased; urgency=low
   Major new upstream release:
   * IKEv2 support with the new "charon" daemon in addition to the old "pluto"
     which is still used for IKEv1.
   * Switches to auto* tools build system.
   * The postinst script is still not quite as complete in updating the 2.8.x
     config automatically to a new 4.x config, but I don't want to wait any
     longer with the upload. It can be improved later on.
 strongswan (2.8.3-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release with fixes for the SHA-512-HMAC function and
     added SHA-384 and SHA-2 implementations.
 strongswan (2.8.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release with interoperability fixes for some VPN
 strongswan (2.8.1+dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release, now with XAUTH support.
   * Explicitly enable smartcard and vendorid options as well as a
     few more in debian/rules.
     Closes: #407449: strongswan: smartcard support is disabled
 strongswan (2.8.1-1) UNRELEASED; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
 strongswan (2.8.0+dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
   * Update debconf templates.
     Closes: #388672: strongswan: [INTL:fr] French debconf templates
                      translation update
     Closes: #389253: [l10n] Updated Czech translation of strongswan
                      debconf messages
     Closes: #391457: [INTL:nl] Updated dutch po-debconf translation
     Closes: #396179: strongswan: [INTL:ja] Updated Japanese po-debconf
                      template translation (ja.po)
   * Fix broken reference to a now non-existing config file. no_oe.conf
     has been replaced by oe.conf, with the opposite meaning. Changed
     postinst to deal with it correctly now, and also try to convert
     older config file lines to newer (e.g. when updating from openswan
     to strongswan).
     Closes: #391565: fails to start : /etc/ipsec.conf:46: include
                      files found no matches
 strongswan (2.7.3+dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release. Another try on getting it into unstable.
     Closes: #372267: ITP: strongswan -- second fork of freeswan.
   * Call debian-updatepo in the clean target, in line with the openswan
     change for its version 2.4.6+dfsg-1.
   * Remove man2html, htmldoc, and lynx from the Build-Deps because we no
     longer rebuild the documentation tree.
   * Starting shipping a lintian overrides file to finally silence the
     warnings about non-standard-(file|dir)-perms (they are intentional).
   * Clean up /usr/lib/ipsec somehow, again owing to lintian warnings.
   * Add po-debconf to build dependencies.
 strongswan (2.7.2+dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * First upload to the main Debian archive. This does no longer build
     the linux-patch-strongswan and strongswan-modules-source packages,
     as KLIPS will be removed from the strongswan upstream source anyway
     for the next major release. However, the openswan KLIPS could should
     be interoperable with strongswan user space.
     Closes: #372267: ITP: strongswan -- second fork of freeswan.
   * This upload removes the draft RFCs, as they are not considered free under
     the DFSG.
 strongswan (2.7.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release. This release fixes a potential DoS problem.
 strongswan (2.7.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * Initial Debian packaging of strongswan. This is directly based on my
     Debian package of openswan 2.4.5-3.
   * Do not compile and ship fswcert right now, because it is not included
     in strongswan upstream. If it turns out to be necessary for supporting
     easy-to-use OE in the future (i.e. for generating the DNS format for the
     public keys from generated X.509 certificates), I will re-add it to the
     Debian package.
   * Also disabled my patches to use /etc/default instead of /etc/sysconfig for
     now. Something like that will be necessary in the future, but those parts
     of strongswan differ significanty from openswan.
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 7ea857366808fcab421a38ae6a3f9923 2532 net optional strongswan_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1.dsc
 8a86019326ad8d9d703f55c8cd4625e1 4068544 net optional strongswan_4.4.1.orig.tar.gz
 59cfc74aec400d13312b85bdc9df1dec 106644 net optional strongswan_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1.debian.tar.gz
 1d6ad8c06d9fa14499b3f37600a95e5e 75404 net optional strongswan_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1_all.deb
 94e9103e81e1a7ed7f6960c2db5316f0 379626 net optional libstrongswan_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb
 8e1698c6c960b99bd09b58ab4ff47952 4343672 debug extra strongswan-dbg_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb
 2a10856b0b51c561adf7f91f99f042fd 252170 net optional strongswan-starter_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb
 9d72683edbc7c55b9bdb978882daa853 336292 net optional strongswan-ikev1_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb
 93d1127b37ee78f73f0ebb6e014f7f60 244474 net optional strongswan-ikev2_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb
 11a82dd9af55705b04c3d187fd7b42d2 50090 net optional strongswan-nm_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb

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  to main/s/strongswan/libstrongswan_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb
  to main/s/strongswan/strongswan-dbg_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb
  to main/s/strongswan/strongswan-ikev1_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb
  to main/s/strongswan/strongswan-ikev2_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb
  to main/s/strongswan/strongswan-nm_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb
  to main/s/strongswan/strongswan-starter_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb
  to main/s/strongswan/strongswan_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1.debian.tar.gz
  to main/s/strongswan/strongswan_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1.dsc
  to main/s/strongswan/strongswan_4.4.1-4~bpo50+1_all.deb
  to main/s/strongswan/strongswan_4.4.1.orig.tar.gz

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