Suricata 4.1.1 available!
We are pleased to announce Suricata 4.1.1. This release fixes a number of issues found 4.1. It also adds EVE DNSv1 support for Rust builds.
- Feature #2637: af-packet: improve error output for BPF loading failure
- Feature #2671: Add Log level to suricata.log when using JSON type
- Bug #2502: suricata.c ConfigGetCaptureValue – PCAP/AFP fallthrough to strip_trailing_plus
- Bug #2528: krb parser not always parsing tgs responses
- Bug #2633: Improve errors handling in AF_PACKET
- Bug #2653: llc detection failure in configure.ac
- Bug #2677: coverity: ja3 potential memory leak
- Bug #2679: build with profiling enabled on generates compile warnings
- Bug #2704: DNSv1 for Rust enabled builds.
- Bug #2705: configure: Test for PyYAML and disable suricata-update if not installed.
- Bug #2716: Stats interval are 1 second too early each tick
- Bug #2717: nfs related panic in 4.1
- Bug #2719: Failed Assertion, Suricata Abort – util-mpm-hs.c line 163 (4.1.x)
- Bug #2723: dns v2 json output should always set top-level rrtype in responses
- Bug #2730: rust/dns/lua – The Lua calls for DNS values when using Rust don’t behave the same as the C implementation.
- Bug #2731: multiple instances of transaction loggers are broken
- Bug #2734: unix runmode deadlock when using too many threads
- Bundled Suricata-Update was updated to 1.0.1
Jason Taylor, Eric Urban, Mats Klepsland, Pierre Chifflier
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