Updated security/fail2ban to 0.9.6.
Upstream changelog :
* Misleading add resp. enable of (already available) jail in database, that
induced a subsequent error: last position of log file will be never retrieved \
* Fixed a distribution related bug within testReadStockJailConfForceEnabled
(e.g. test-cases faults on Fedora, see gh-1353)
* Fixed pythonic filters and test scripts (running via wrong python version,
uses "fail2ban-python" now);
* Fixed test case "testSetupInstallRoot" for not default python \
using direct call, out of virtualenv);
* Fixed ambiguous wrong recognized date pattern resp. its optional parts (see \
* FIPS compliant, use sha1 instead of md5 if it not allowed (see gh-1540)
* Monit config: scripting is not supported in path (gh-1556)
- Fixed for newer version (one space, gh-1626), optimized: non-greedy catch-all
replaced for safer match, unneeded catch-all anchoring removed, non-capturing
- Fixed to match different asterisk log prefix (source file: method:)
- Fixed failregex ignores failures through some not relevant info (gh-1623)
- Fixed error within apache-fakegooglebot, that will be called
with wrong python version (gh-1506)
- Extended failregex and test cases to handle ASSP V1 and V2 (gh-1494)
- Allow for having no trailing space after 'failed:' (gh-1497)
- Optional reason part in message after FAIL LOGIN (gh-1543)
- removed mandatory double space (if dns-host available, gh-1579)
- recognized "Failed publickey for" (gh-1477);
- optimized failregex to match all of "Failed any-method for ... from \
- eliminated possible complex injections (on user-name resp. auth-info, see \
- optional port part after host (see gh-1533, gh-1581)
* New Actions:
- `action.d/npf.conf` for NPF, the latest packet filter for NetBSD
* New Filters:
- `filter.d/mongodb-auth.conf` for MongoDB (document-oriented NoSQL database \
(gh-1586, gh-1606 and gh-1607)
* DateTemplate regexp extended with the word-end boundary, additionally to
* Introduces new command "fail2ban-python", as automatically created \
python executable, where fail2ban currently installed (resp. its modules are \
- allows to use the same version, fail2ban currently running, e.g. in
external scripts just via replace python with fail2ban-python:
- always the same pickle protocol
- the same (and also guaranteed available) fail2ban modules
- simplified stand-alone install, resp. stand-alone installation possibility
via setup (like gh-1487) is getting closer
* Several test cases rewritten using new methods assertIn, assertNotIn
* New forward compatibility method assertRaisesRegexp (normally python >= 2.7).
Methods assertIn, assertNotIn, assertRaisesRegexp, assertLogged, assertNotLogged
are test covered now
* Jail configuration extended with new syntax to pass options to the backend \
- `backend = systemd[journalpath=/run/log/journal/machine-1]`
- `backend = \
- `backend = systemd[journalflags=2]`
Updated to 0.9.3.
Some of the upstream changes for 0.9.2 :
- various typo in config files
- filter.d/postfix-sasl.conf - tweak failregex and add ignoreregex to
ignore system authentication issues
- some fixes for EL7
New features :
- New filters:
- New actions:
- action.d/firewallcmd-multiport and action.d/firewallcmd-allports
- action.d/nsupdate to update DNSBL
- New status argument for fail2ban-client
Some of the upstream changes for 0.9.3 :
- IMPORTANT incompatible changes:
- Changed logpath to 'errors' log (was 'userlogins')
- All calls to iptables command now use -w switch introduced in
iptables 1.4.20 (some distribution could have patched their
earlier base version as well) to provide this locking mechanism
useful under heavy load to avoid contesting on iptables calls.
If you need to disable, define 'action.d/iptables-common.local'
with empty value for 'lockingopt' in `[Init]` section.
* mail-whois-lines, sendmail-geoip-lines and sendmail-whois-lines
actions now include by default only the first 1000 log lines in
the emails. Adjust <grepopts> to augment the behavior.
- New Features:
* New filters:
- froxlor-auth - Thanks Joern Muehlencord
- apache-pass - filter Apache access log for successful authentication
* New actions:
- shorewall-ipset-proto6 - using proto feature of the Shorewall.
Still requires manual pre-configuration of the shorewall.
See the action file for detail.
* New jails:
- pass2allow-ftp - allows FTP traffic after successful
Initial import of security/fail2ban, version 0.9.1, into the NetBSD Packages \
Fail2Ban scans log files like /var/log/pwdfail and bans IP
that makes too many password failures. It updates firewall
rules to reject the IP address. Theses rules can be defined by
the user. Fail2Ban can read multiple log files such as sshd
or Apache web server ones.