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Accepted snort (source i386 all)

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Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2012 23:53:24 +0200
Source: snort
Binary: snort snort-common snort-doc snort-mysql snort-pgsql snort-rules-default snort-common-libraries
Architecture: source i386 all
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: medium
Maintainer: Javier Fernández-Sanguino Peña <jfs@debian.org>
Changed-By: Javier Fernández-Sanguino Peña <jfs@debian.org>
 snort      - flexible Network Intrusion Detection System
 snort-common - flexible Network Intrusion Detection System [common files]
 snort-common-libraries - flexible Network Intrusion Detection System ruleset
 snort-doc  - Documentation for the Snort IDS [documentation]
 snort-mysql - flexible Network Intrusion Detection System [MySQL]
 snort-pgsql - flexible Network Intrusion Detection System [PostgreSQL]
 snort-rules-default - flexible Network Intrusion Detection System ruleset
Closes: 626596 677810 680303
 snort ( unstable; urgency=medium
   [ Upload target towards Wheezy fixing some important bugs
     and substantially improving the information provided on the
     packages to clarify user expectations ]
   * Acknowledge previous NMU
   * debian/patches/config: Update the patch to:
      - use absolute paths instead of relative paths to point to
        the white list and black list used by the reputation
      - disable the reputation as we do not ship any white/black lists
        by default (which causes it to fail at startup) and also
        because this preprocessor is experimental.
        Both changes fix the bug that prevented the package from being
        configured due to errors when starting up Snort with the
        default configuration (Closes: #677810)
       - Add a comment to /etc/snort/snort.conf documenting for users
         reading the file that preinstalled rules are surely out of date.
   * debian/patches/config_disabled_rules: Comment out shellcode rules as these
     have a huge impact in performance unless properly tuned.
   * debian/patches/rules: Fix the definition of many SIP rules (defined
     as 'alert ip any any'. These were generating a lot of false positives
     in environment were enabled. Regardless of the change comment out SIP
     rules since they are outdate can generate many false alarms unless
     properly defined.  (Closes: #626596, #680303).
   * debian/control: Adjust description of snort-rules-default to indicate
     users that the ruleset provided should not be considered up-to-date.
     Encourage users to obtain additional/upgraded rules elsewhere.
   * debian/snort-rules-default.README.Debian: Include more information to
     potential users on the issues related to the default ruleset provided
     (and why it is out of date) as well as pointers as to where obtain
     additional rulesets. Some of this information is also in the NEWS file
     but is easy to miss to new users.
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 42a87352168af79ebc38fb733b6ca5eb 2655846 doc optional snort-doc_2.9.2.2-3_all.deb
 d3bbb5b45e9f9039c35ebbcb1138a055 343536 net optional snort-rules-default_2.9.2.2-3_all.deb

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