Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 88448
0.9.11 is latest version
Last modified: 2015-03-04 20:12:12 EST
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Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
March 10, 2003
Ethereal 0.9.11 has been released. The Ethereal 0.9.10 release was packaged
improperly. This release fixes the packaging, and adds minor updates and fixes
for the following protocols: AFS, OpenBSD enc(4), RTP, SCSI, SIP, SMPP, SSH
March 7, 2003
Ethereal 0.9.10 has been released.
This release fixes a security hole discovered by Georgi Guninski in the
SOCKS dissector as well as problems with the NTLMSSP and Rsync code. All users
of previous versions are encouraged to upgrade. See the application advisory for
New and Updated Features
Many small updates were made to the user interface.
The "Help" menu now includes the FAQ.
The TCP dissector was enhanced. Many more fields are filterable.
Tethereal received more IO stats: TCP and UDP top talkers.
Packet reassembly has been improved.
The "Follow TCP Stream" feature can now export C byte arrays.
RTP streams can now be saved to a file.
A missing comma in a string array could cause Ethereal to crash when opening
the preferences dialog.
MSN Messenger, Rsync, SSH, Yahoo! Messenger
AFP, AFS, AIM, ATM, Apache JServ, BACNET, BGP, BOOTP, CLNP, COPS, DCCP,
DCERPC NT, DCERPC, DNS, ESIS, Ethernet, Frame Relay, GIOP, GTP, HP extended
802.2 LLC, HP-UX remote management, HTTP, IPP, IPX, LLC, LSA, M3UA, MDSHDR,
MIP6, MPLS, MySQL, NCP2222, NETLOGON, NLPID, NetFlow, OpenBSD enc(4), OSI, PPP,
RADIUS, RMP, RPL, SAMR, SCSI, SMB, SNA, SNMP, SOCKS, SPOOLSS, SRVLOC, SRVSVC,
SSL, SliMP3, TCP, Token Ring, WBXML, Wellfleet BofL X.25, X11
Updated Capture File Support
NetXRay, NGSniffer, Snoop
February 19, 2003
A typo in a procmail recipe managed to swallow up most mailing lists posts for
the last day and a half. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Steps to Reproduce:
Done in rawhide (and in an errata for older releases).
Read ya, Phil