xymon 4.3.0~beta2.dfsg-9.1ubuntu0.1 source package in Ubuntu

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xymon (4.3.0~beta2.dfsg-9.1ubuntu0.1) precise-security; urgency=low

  * SECURITY UPDATE: Multiple cross site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities
    (LP: #1092412)
    - debian/patches/7-CVE-2011-1716.patch: show user input as html quoted
      output. Based on upstream changes.
    - CVE-2011-1716
 -- Christian Kuersteiner <email address hidden>   Sun, 23 Dec 2012 14:08:54 +0700

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Uploaded by:
Christian Kuersteiner on 2013-01-11
Sponsored by:
Seth Arnold
Uploaded to:
Precise
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Component:
main
Architectures:
any
Section:
net
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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xymon: monitoring system for systems, networks and applications

 Xymon (previously called Hobbit) is a network- and applications-
 monitoring system designed for use in large-scale networks. But it will
 also work just fine on a small network with just a few nodes. It is
 low-overhead and high-performance, with an easy to use web front-end.
 It handles monitoring of network services, and through client packages
 it can also be used to monitor server- specific items. Alerts can
 trigger when monitoring detects a problem, resulting in e-mails or
 calls to your pager or mobile phone.
 .
 Xymon has a great deal of inspiration from the non-free Big Brother
 package, but does not include any Big Brother code.

xymon-client: client for the Xymon network monitor

 Client data collection package for Xymon (previously known as Hobbit).
 This gathers statistics and data from a single system and reports it to
 the Xymon monitor. You should run this on all systems if you have a
 Xymon server installed.