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openSUSE-RU-2014:1117-1: fail2ban: Update to Version 0.8.14
openSUSE Recommended Update: fail2ban: Update to Version 0.8.14

Announcement ID: openSUSE-RU-2014:1117-1
Rating: low
References: #878028
Affected Products:
openSUSE 13.1
openSUSE 12.3

An update that has one recommended fix can now be installed.


This update fixes the following issues with fail2ban:

- Fixed build error under older systems.
- Changes in spec file

- update to 0.8.14
* minor fixes for claimed Python 2.4 and 2.5 compatibility
* Handle case when inotify watch is auto deleted on file deletion
to stop error messages
* tests - fixed few "leaky" file descriptors when files were not
closed while being removed physically
* grep in mail*-whois-lines.conf now also matches end of line to
work with the recidive filter

- bnc#878028: added patch to fix default locations

- update to 0.8.13:
+ Fixes:
- rh#1046816: action firewallcmd-ipset had non-working
actioncheck. Removed.
- filter pureftpd - added _daemon which got removed. Added

+ New Features:
- filter nagios - detects unauthorized access to the nrpe daemon
(Ivo Truxa)
- filter sendmail-{auth,reject} (jserrachinha and cepheid666 and

+ Enhancements:
- filter asterisk now supports syslog format
- filter pureftpd - added all translations of "Authentication
failed for user"
- filter dovecot - lip= was optional and extended TLS errors can
- split out nagios-plugins-fail2ban package

- Add a new subpackage to install systemd drop-ins that couple
SuSEfirewall2 and fail2ban. Added sfw-fail2ban.conf,

Patch Instructions:

To install this openSUSE Recommended Update use YaST online_update.
Alternatively you can run the command listed for your product:

- openSUSE 13.1:

zypper in -t patch openSUSE-2014-538

- openSUSE 12.3:

zypper in -t patch openSUSE-2014-538

To bring your system up-to-date, use "zypper patch".

Package List:

- openSUSE 13.1 (noarch):


- openSUSE 12.3 (noarch):



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