We are pleased to announce Suricata 3.2.4. This a security update fixing important issues. Additionally, it fixes various minor issues.
- Bug #2241: smb dcerpc segfaults in StubDataParser (3.2.x)
- Bug #2231: Redundant content checks may cause Suricata DoS condition on a insignificant traffic rate
- Bug #2214: detect state uses broken offset logic
- Bug #2234: TLS rule mixes up server and client certificates (3.2.x)
- Bug #2235: DNS UDP “Response” parsing recording an incorrect timestamp (3.2.x)
- Bug #2236: af_packet: suricata leaks memory with use-mmap enabled and incorrect BPF filter (3.2.x)
- Bug #2237: Redis output: add RPUSH support (3.2.x)
- Bug #2238: detect duplicate ‘meta’ keywords (3.2.x)
- Bug #2239: documentation does not reflect current suricata.yaml regarding cpu-affinity (3.2.x)
- Bug #2242: improve error message if stream memcap too low (3.2.x)
- Bug #2243: enforcing specific number of threads with autofp does not seem to work (3.2.x)
End of life announcement
The 3.2 branch will be end-of-life in 2 months, so on December 18. After this it will receive no more updates of any kind, so please plan for your upgrade to Suricata 4.0+ before that date.
Jack Covington, Kirill Shipulin – Positive Technologies, Qidu Sy, Mats Klepsland, Derek Kingsbury, Julian Wecke, Alexander Gozman, AFL project, Coverity Scan
- User Training at SuriCon 2017, in Prague: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2-day-suricata-training-suricon-2017-tickets-32303327121
- New: rule writing training ‘SigDev’ at SuriCon: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2-day-sigdev-training-suricon-2017-tickets-36460477269
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Suricata is a high performance Network Threat Detection, IDS, IPS and Network Security Monitoring engine. Open Source and owned by a community run non-profit foundation, the Open Information Security Foundation (OISF). Suricata is developed by the OISF, its supporting vendors and the community.