Release Notes: A fix for the random PID problem with SMP machines, /proc permissions, PaX, and more.
Release Notes: Code to prevent fork bombing was implemented. The ACL code was updated. PaX was updated. Several bugs were fixed. This release is for use with versions 2.4.10 and 2.4.9 of the Linux kernel.
Release Notes: A couple of compiling-related bugfixes have been made, and the stack sysctl option has been removed.
Release Notes: The code has been updated to the 2.4.9 kernel.
Release Notes: This release adds sysctl support, updates the PaX and the ACL code, and fixes several bugs.
Release Notes: The random IP id code has been completely rewritten, a bug in the linking restrictions has been fixed, and a completely new ACL system has been introduced. Features that could be created by the ACL system have been removed.
Release Notes: The code was updated for the new 2.4.7 kernel.
Release Notes: A lot of the network randomness code was rewritten to improve speed and randomness. Randomized TTLs and altered ping IDs were added. The random PID code was enhanced to not reuse PIDs too soon. The random IP ID code was enhanced to not reuse IDs too soon, and to properly report to nmap. chroot restrictions were fixed to stop mount -bind. A much cleaner looking configuration is now used.
Release Notes: PaX has been added for better buffer overflow protection. Additional chroot options and randomized TCP source ports have been added. Set*id and security alert logging have been fixed. The LIDS code was also updated, and includes a patch for qmail that was forgotten in the official release of LIDS.
Release Notes: The netfilter code has been fixed, a gid option has been added to the proc restrictions, and the random pid code has been enhanced.