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Felipe Zimmerle
Temporarily disable a test that is leading nginx buildbot to fail.
Felipe Zimmerle
Declares msre_var *rvar at the beggining of the function

Necessary to fix the build on Win8 VS 2011
Felipe Zimmerle
FuzzyHash: if disable giving an run time error instead of config

FuzzyHash operator is optional and only installed if the headers for libfuzzy
was found in the system. Otherwise, the FuzzyHash operator is disable during
the compilation. After this commit, if some rules tries to use it, ModSecurity
will produce an runtime error not a config time error, allowing the web server
to procede normal with its operations.
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds regression test to cover the @fuzzeHash operator

Added 30-fuzzyHash.t and the ssdeep hash files. Hash files was generated using
files from ModSecurity repository.
Felipe \"Zimmerle\" Costa
iis: Adds ssdeep support
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds fuzzyHash operator

The fuzzyHash operator can be used to match files. In conjuntcion
with FILES_TMP_CONTENT collection it can scan uploaded files and
try to match it with a pre caculated list of know malicious content,
more details on how it works can be found on ssdeep website:
http://ssdeep.sourceforge.net/
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds ssdeep support in our build system

ssdeep will be used with the @fuzzyHash operator which is under
development
Felipe Zimmerle
Declares msre_var *rvar at the beggining of the function

Necessary to fix the build on Win8 VS 2011
Felipe Zimmerle
FuzzyHash: if disable giving an run time error instead of config

FuzzyHash operator is optional and only installed if the headers for libfuzzy
was found in the system. Otherwise, the FuzzyHash operator is disable during
the compilation. After this commit, if some rules tries to use it, ModSecurity
will produce an runtime error not a config time error, allowing the web server
to procede normal with its operations.
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds regression test to cover the @fuzzeHash operator

Added 30-fuzzyHash.t and the ssdeep hash files. Hash files was generated using
files from ModSecurity repository.
Felipe \"Zimmerle\" Costa
iis: Adds ssdeep support
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds fuzzyHash operator

The fuzzyHash operator can be used to match files. In conjuntcion
with FILES_TMP_CONTENT collection it can scan uploaded files and
try to match it with a pre caculated list of know malicious content,
more details on how it works can be found on ssdeep website:
http://ssdeep.sourceforge.net/
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds ssdeep support in our build system

ssdeep will be used with the @fuzzyHash operator which is under
development
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds collection FILES_TMP_CONTENT

The collection is filled with a key-value set where value is the content of
the file which was uploaded. This collection can be used with all supported
operators, however, SecTmpSaveUploadedFiles should be set to 'On' in order
to have this collection filled. Note that @inspectFile is now depending on
SecTmpSaveUploadedFiles. This is necessary to keep performance while such
functionalities where not used.
Felipe Zimmerle
pls ignore. Just testing buildbots.
  • Linux32 - Apache: unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Apache: unit tests failed -  stdio
  • LinuxARM - Apache: unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Win8 - (VS 2012 32b) - IIS: updating -  stdio
  • Linux32 - Nginx (Mainline): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Nginx (Mainline): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux32 - Nginx (Stable): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Nginx (Stable): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • LinuxARM - Nginx (Stable): unit tests failed -  stdio
Felipe Zimmerle
Initial support to load rules from a remote server

New directive `SecRemoteRules' was added. It allows the user to load a
set of rules from a given HTTP server.
  • Linux32 - Apache: unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Apache: unit tests failed -  stdio
  • LinuxARM - Apache: unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Win8 - (VS 2012 32b) - IIS: updating -  stdio
  • Linux32 - Nginx (Mainline): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Nginx (Mainline): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux32 - Nginx (Stable): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Nginx (Stable): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • LinuxARM - Nginx (Stable): unit tests failed -  stdio
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds support to load remote resources to pmFromFile and ipMatchFromFile

Initially those directives were only able to load content from a
local file. This commit extends this functionality allowing the user to
provide an HTTP URI that can be downloaded and loaded by ModSecurity.
Initially the download is associated with a server restart. For next
versions we expect to load such resources as it become outdated (Without
need to resetart the server).
  • Linux32 - Apache: unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Apache: unit tests failed -  stdio
  • LinuxARM - Apache: unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Win8 - (VS 2012 32b) - IIS: updating -  stdio
  • Linux32 - Nginx (Mainline): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Nginx (Mainline): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux32 - Nginx (Stable): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Nginx (Stable): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • LinuxARM - Nginx (Stable): unit tests failed -  stdio
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds curl support to main core

Curl was used only by mlogc, as we want to expand ModSecurity to load
external rules/resources it is now a dependency of the core as well.
  • Linux32 - Apache: unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Apache: unit tests failed -  stdio
  • LinuxARM - Apache: unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Win8 - (VS 2012 32b) - IIS: updating -  stdio
  • Linux32 - Nginx (Mainline): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Nginx (Mainline): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux32 - Nginx (Stable): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Nginx (Stable): unit tests failed -  stdio
  • LinuxARM - Nginx (Stable): unit tests failed -  stdio
Felipe Zimmerle
Temporarily disable a test that is leading nginx buildbot to fail.
  • LinuxARM - Nginx (Mainline): updating -  stdio
Felipe Zimmerle
Automake: Using ../ instead of $(top_srcdir)

After enable `subdir-objects', the variable $(top_srcdir) was not being
resolved, a directory labeled "$(top_srcdir)" was created instead.
  • Linux32 - Nginx (Mainline): regression [8083] failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Nginx (Mainline): regression [8086] failed -  stdio
  • Linux32 - Nginx (Stable): regression [8081] failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Nginx (Stable): regression [8084] failed -  stdio
  • LinuxARM - Nginx (Stable): regression [8087] failed -  stdio
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds automake subdir-objects option

As of Automake 1.4, it starts to warning about the lack of utilization
of `subdir-objects' option, which will be default in the further
releases. Avoiding break stuff we are patching ModSecurity to support
such option when it still an option (Issue #760).
  • Linux32 - Nginx (Mainline): regression [8083] failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Nginx (Mainline): regression [8086] failed -  stdio
  • Linux32 - Nginx (Stable): regression [8081] failed -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Nginx (Stable): regression [8084] failed -  stdio
  • LinuxARM - Nginx (Stable): regression [8087] failed -  stdio
Felipe Zimmerle
pls ignore. Just testing buildbots.
  • LinuxARM - Nginx (Mainline): regression [8089] failed -  stdio
Felipe Zimmerle
Initial support to load rules from a remote server

New directive `SecRemoteRules' was added. It allows the user to load a
set of rules from a given HTTP server.
Felipe Zimmerle
Initial support to load rules from a remote server

New directive `SecRemoteRules' was added. It allows the user to load a
set of rules from a given HTTP server.
  • Linux64 - Apache: updating -  stdio
Felipe Zimmerle
Initial support to load rules from a remote server

New directive `SecRemoteRules' was added. It allows the user to load a
set of rules from a given HTTP server.
  • Linux64 - Nginx (Mainline): updating -  stdio
  • Linux64 - Nginx (Stable): regression [8084] failed -  stdio
Felipe Zimmerle
Initial support to load rules from a remote server

New directive `SecRemoteRules' was added. It allows the user to load a
set of rules from a given HTTP server.
  • Linux64 - Apache: (ModSec) Compilation failed -  stdio
Felipe Zimmerle
Initial support to load rules from a remote server

New directive `SecRemoteRules' was added. It allows the user to load a
set of rules from a given HTTP server.
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds support to load remote resources to pmFromFile and ipMatchFromFile

Initially those directives were only able to load content from a
local file. This commit extends this functionality allowing the user to
provide an HTTP URI that can be downloaded and loaded by ModSecurity.
Initially the download is associated with a server restart. For next
versions we expect to load such resources as it become outdated (Without
need to resetart the server).
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds curl support to main core

Curl was used only by mlogc, as we want to expand ModSecurity to load
external rules/resources it is now a dependency of the core as well.
Felipe Zimmerle
Initial support to load rules from a remote server

New directive `SecRemoteRules' was added. It allows the user to load a
set of rules from a given HTTP server.
Felipe Zimmerle
Initial support to load rules from a remote server

New directive `SecRemoteRules' was added. It allows the user to load a
set of rules from a given HTTP server.
Felipe Zimmerle
Initial support to load rules from a remote server

New directive `SecRemoteRules' was added. It allows the user to load a
set of rules from a given HTTP server.
  • Linux32 - Apache: updating -  stdio
  • LinuxARM - Apache: updating -  stdio
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds support to load remote resources to pmFromFile and ipMatchFromFile

Initially those directives were only able to load content from a
local file. This commit extends this functionality allowing the user to
provide an HTTP URI that can be downloaded and loaded by ModSecurity.
Initially the download is associated with a server restart. For next
versions we expect to load such resources as it become outdated (Without
need to resetart the server).
  • Linux32 - Apache: updating -  stdio
  • LinuxARM - Apache: updating -  stdio
Felipe Zimmerle
Initial support to load rules from a remote server

New directive `SecRemoteRules' was added. It allows the user to load a
set of rules from a given HTTP server.
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds support to load remote resources to pmFromFile and ipMatchFromFile

Initially those directives were only able to load content from a
local file. This commit extends this functionality allowing the user to
provide an HTTP URI that can be downloaded and loaded by ModSecurity.
Initially the download is associated with a server restart. For next
versions we expect to load such resources as it become outdated (Without
need to resetart the server).
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds curl support to main core

Curl was used only by mlogc, as we want to expand ModSecurity to load
external rules/resources it is now a dependency of the core as well.
Felipe Zimmerle
Initial support to load rules from a remote server

New directive `SecRemoteRules' was added. It allows the user to load a
set of rules from a given HTTP server.
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds support to load remote resources to pmFromFile and ipMatchFromFile

Initially those directives were only able to load content from a
local file. This commit extends this functionality allowing the user to
provide an HTTP URI that can be downloaded and loaded by ModSecurity.
Initially the download is associated with a server restart. For next
versions we expect to load such resources as it become outdated (Without
need to resetart the server).
Felipe Zimmerle
Adds curl support to main core

Curl was used only by mlogc, as we want to expand ModSecurity to load
external rules/resources it is now a dependency of the core as well.
Felipe Zimmerle
Initial support to load rules from a remote server

New directive `SecRemoteRules' was added. It allows the user to load a
set of rules from a given HTTP server.