Designed for the Bahamut, Hybrid, and ircu IRCds, bopm is a replacement for first generation proxy monitors (wgmon, tcm). It extends them by adding support for SOCKS4, SOCKS5, WinGate, HTTP proxies, insecure Cisco routers, HTTP POST proxies, simultaneous connections, and a more scalable model (written in C). BOPM also has support for a DNS blacklist, similar to MAPS RBL+ or Visi RSL.
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Release Notes: This version was fixed to work with GCC 4 and various other cleanups.
Release Notes: This release fixes broken socks scanning and unknown blacklist errors.
Release Notes: A libopm list bug and network-bopm errors have been fixed.
Release Notes: New features include configurable blacklists, per blacklist stats, and network-wide scanning. There are many portability fixes for the Sun Forte compiler, Solaris, Alpha, and gcc 3.3. There are also a lot of major bugfixes, memory leak fixes, and optimizations.
Release Notes: A segfault that occurred when fdlimits were misconfigured was fixed. Additional SOCKS ports were added to the default configuration, compatibility with SPARC Solaris was established, and an fdstat command was added to show the total number of file descriptors in use. There were also further checks to ensure that KLINE is only sent once.