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  •  01 May 2010 15:02
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    Release Notes: New rules were added to catch more denied login attempts.

    •  21 Aug 2007 09:08
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      Release Notes: The Setup.pl file was modified to not notify private RFC 1918 networks during the setup process.

      •  05 May 2007 22:52
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        Release Notes: Private networks from RFC 1918 are not notified.

        •  11 Oct 2005 13:17
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          Release Notes: Whois lookup and email notifications were implemented.

          •  14 Jun 2005 05:03
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            Release Notes: A modification was made to the regexp feature. The debian/authfail.init script was modified to prevent running another authfail daemon if one is already running.

            •  04 Apr 2005 14:38
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              Release Notes: IPv6 support was enabled. If iptables can't rebuild netfilter, the program doesn't die, but only logs information.

              •  27 Jan 2005 15:42
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                Release Notes: A mistake in the README and INSTALL files was fixed. The "failled" parameter was renamed to "failedattempts". A debian/ directory was added. Signal 15 ends the authfail daemon. A bug concerning a NULL parameter for the rhost value in authentication failure was fixed.

                •  18 Dec 2004 23:14
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                  Release Notes: The /etc/authfail.conf file was added. A Setup.pl script was added to automatically install the program. A pid file is now created. The TERM signal is now supported by removing the pid file before exiting. Networks are now supported in the dont_add_into_database parameter.

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