ippl 1.4.14-12.2build1 source package in Ubuntu


ippl (1.4.14-12.2build1) bionic; urgency=high

  * No change rebuild to pick up -fPIE compiler default

 -- Balint Reczey <email address hidden>  Tue, 03 Apr 2018 12:29:20 +0000

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ippl: IP protocols logger

 writes information about incoming ICMP messages, TCP connections and
 UDP datagrams to syslog.
 It is highly configurable and has a built-in DNS cache.
 Please note that upstream is rather inactive lately (no release since
 2001), and that there are some rather nasty bugs.
 An incomplete list of the bugs includes:
   - random packets don't get logged sometimes
   - stops logging at all after some weeks
   - ipv6 never got implemented
   - documentation is out of sync.
 Trying to fix these bugs is not easy. Please do not expect the Debian
 maintainer to do this, but patches are appreciated.
 Please consider using a fully-grown intrusion detection system (like
 snort) instead of ippl.
 Upstream URL: http://pltplp.net/ippl/

ippl-dbg: debugging systems for ippl

 writes information about incoming ICMP messages, TCP connections and
 UDP datagrams to syslog.
 This package contains the debugging symbols for ippl.
 Upstream URL: http://pltplp.net/ippl/