Snort version 3.1.14.0 released — Here are all the updates and improvements

Snort version 3.1.14.0 released — Here are all the updates and improvements

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The SNORTⓇ team recently released a new version of Snort 3 on Snort.org and the Snort 3 GitHub.

 

Snort 3.1.14.0 contains several new features and bug fixes. Here's a complete rundown of what's new in this version. Users are encouraged to update as soon as possible and to upgrade to Snort 3 if they have not already done so.
  • AppID: Enhance RPC service detector to handle RPC Bind version 3.
  • AppID: Fix update_allocations signature in unit test.
  • AppID: Log AppID daq trace first followed by subscriber modules.
  • AppID: Provide API for Lua detectors to map process name to the client app.
  • doc: Add descriptions for 119:265-271 builtin alerts.
  • doc: Update built-in stub rule reference strings.
  • file: Add file policy ID and other config data as part of packet tracer command under File phase.
  • file_api: Add decompress_buffer_size.
  • flow: Add total flow latency to flow stats.
  • http2_inspect: Compare scanned bytes to total received during reassembly.
  • http2_inspect: Protect against reassemble with more than MAX_OCTETS.
  • http_inspect: Change format of normalized JS identifiers.
  • ips_options: Rename script_data buffer to js_data.
  • latency: Add configuration for implicit enable.
  • Lua: Fix Talos tweak snaplen.
  • RNA: Support CPE new os RNA event.
  • snort_config: Adding API for enabling latency module.
  • utils: Add custom I/O stream buffers to JS normalizer.
  • utils: Adjust output streambuffer expanding strategy and reserved memory.
  • utils: Fix compilation error of js_identifier_ctx_test for clang.

Snort 3 is the next generation of the Snort Intrusion Prevention System. The GitHub page will walk users through what Snort 3 has to offer and guide users through the steps of getting set up — from download to demo. Users unfamiliar with Snort should start with the Snort Resources page and the Snort 101 video series

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