Release Notes: Wflogs now compiles under *BSD. Parsing with recent flex versions was fixed, and buffer sizes for some input modules were fixed. Matching of netfilter and ipfilter input modules was improved. Support for Cisco FWSM (PIX) was added. This version now contains the wflogs XML DTD and wfchkintegrity, which enables the user to monitor changes in the firewalling configuration.
Release Notes: This version fixes a small memory leak in realtime mode. A little interactivity is now possible when interactive and realtime modes are both enabled and logs are being flooded. A tool named wfchkintegrity was added, which enables you to monitor changes in the firewalling configuration.
Release Notes: This version adds a new interactive command "filter", as well as small parsing improvements for the netfilter input module. It allows the user to switch to interactive mode while doing real-time monitoring by sending a signal. Wflogs now issues no error if one or both port numbers are null.
Release Notes: New real-time and interactive modes were added. These can be combined for an evolved real-time monitoring (similar to 'tail -f'). Support for every cisco pix log format was added. A bug which prevented the snort input module from working properly was fixed.
Release Notes: The 'lines' and 'header' output module options were added. Parsing of syslog files was improved.
Release Notes: This release adds extended date matching in filter expressions, an obfuscator mangling module (useful for publishing log extracts), support for log files with several formats mixed (syslog), and cisco_pix, cisco_ios, and snort input modules. It also fixes a small bug in dynamic modules search path handling.
Release Notes: A bug in whois resolution was fixed. wflogs now compiles with g++ 3.2. This version adds case-insensitive matching for filter expression regexps and different verbosity levels.
Release Notes: This version mainly adds the ability to filter logs with a Perl-like conditional expression. A Debian package is now available. This version is considered much more mature.
Release Notes: This release adds a --strict-parsing option and support for MAC addresses. Man pages now install properly, a serious bug which could cause wflogs to crash was fixed, and ICMP codes are now parsed properly with netfilter logs. The whole thing compiles under g++-3.1.
Release Notes: This release mainly fixes a bug in the ipchains input module and adds a way of configuring module options via the command line.