modsecurity-apache 2.6.3-1ubuntu0.2 source package in Ubuntu


modsecurity-apache (2.6.3-1ubuntu0.2) precise-proposed; urgency=low

  * debian/mod-security.load: revert previous change, since an alternate
    solution has been agreed in the bug.
  * debian/mod-security.load: drop LoadFile directive entirely, and rely on
    the loader to resolve all required dependencies. This avoids the
    hardcoded path which fails on multiarch-enabled systems (LP: #988819).

modsecurity-apache (2.6.3-1ubuntu0.1) precise-proposed; urgency=low

  * debian/mod-security.load: remove path, since with
    multiarch it is always incorrect on i386 and amd64. Use no path and
    a corresponding apache2 change to use the standard dlopen search
    path in this case to allow the library to be found (LP: #988819).
 -- Robie Basak <email address hidden>   Thu, 19 Jul 2012 11:33:40 +0000

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modsecurity-apache_2.6.3.orig.tar.gz 762.6 KiB 5b9243190acb5800d890f71a0f805152
modsecurity-apache_2.6.3-1ubuntu0.2.debian.tar.gz 9.3 KiB 069bf6eebabccc307a8ed634f09c8aa9
modsecurity-apache_2.6.3-1ubuntu0.2.dsc 2.1 KiB 5b31f0154e7a28961a689c210e913b4c

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Binary packages built by this source

libapache-mod-security: Dummy transitional package

 This package is provided to ease the updating of modsecurity to the new
 package name. You may safely remove it.

libapache2-modsecurity: Tighten web applications security for Apache

 Modsecurity is an Apache module whose purpose is to tighten the Web
 application security. Effectively, it is an intrusion detection and prevention
 system for the web server.
 At the moment its main features are:
   * Audit log; store full request details in a separate file, including POST
   * Request filtering; incoming requests can be analysed and offensive requests
     can be rejected (or simply logged, if that is what you want). This feature
     can be used to prevent many types of attacks (e.g. XSS attacks, SQL
     injection, ...) and even allow you to run insecure applications on your
     servers (if you have no other choice, of course).
 In addition to this package the modsecurity-common package, which includes
 documentation and configuration examples, will be installed.