Release Notes: A potential segfault in the environment cleaning routine (a dereferenced null pointer) and a few other bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release supports the detection of kernel rootkits on FreeBSD. On Linux, detection of kernel rootkits has been improved by also checking the interrupt descriptor table. Some bugs have been fixed, including the incorrect initialisation of the suid file search.
Release Notes: The internal scheduler has been enhanced to accept multiple schedules. A few minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: A bug in the daemon's internal scheduler has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that may cause filename truncation if a filename with special (e.g. non-ASCII) characters is logged to an SQL database.
Release Notes: This release fixes syntax errors in the XML logfile. A bug has been fixed that caused a policy for a directory inode to become a policy for the directory content, if the latter was not specified explicitly.
Release Notes: This release fixes a potential buffer overflow in the client/standalone code of samhain, versions 1.3.4 to 1.5.3, if compiled with the 'stealth' or 'micro-stealth' option. The sender for email reports can now be a full address rather than a username. A syntax error in the XML logfile and a bug in the handling of filenames with embedded newlines have been fixed.
Release Notes: Invalid UIDs/GIDs are handled more gracefully, a bug on systems with a very low limit on open files has been fixed, the server can log client messages to syslog now, a configuration file for Solaris has been included, and some minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs introduced with new features in version 1.5.0.
Release Notes: In this release, support for crontab-style schedules for file checks has been added. The nosuid mount option is detected on Solaris, gpg signatures are checked even on files downloaded from the server, the 'update' option is much faster, the 'host' field (for login monitoring) is logged to the SQL database, the manual has been converted to DocBook, and the build system has been re-written to avoid some common build errors.