The Capibara Distributed URL Cloaking Kit is a reliable URL cloaking system using low QOS hosts and lines such as home PCs and DSL or cable connections. CDUCK combines DNS server/Web server functionality and a strict security model for the creation of reliable and safe domain Web cloaking.
|Tags||Internet DNS Web HTTP Servers Networking Monitoring|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD FreeBSD Solaris|
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes in setup, portability to the Solaris platform (alpha), and more/better documentation.
Release Notes: Portability to FreeBSD, a PHP version of the coexistence CGI, fixes for some major bugs in trivial intrusion detection system and iptables scripts generation, combining capcron with recent versions of BerkleyDB, and minor bugfixes in the example config, rc scripts, and the HTTP implementation of caphttp.
Release Notes: Cduck includes the first complete version of the enhanced security and containment features. The most important in this is the addition of the trivial intrusion detection and containment system. This subsystem acts in combination with iptables, syslog and the chroot jail of cduck in order to create an almost complete set of enhanced security and containment features to cduck that should make it close to imume to security problems in server code.
Release Notes: Many major fixes to the installation procedure to support installation on any Linux 2.4 system with Perl 5.6 or better, libwwwperl, and iptables, and minor bugfixes in the server and IDS software.
No changes have been submitted for this release.