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Name: amavisd-new Distribution: openSUSE 11.1
Version: 2.6.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 41.13 Build date: Sun Dec 7 04:34:39 2008
Group: Productivity/Networking/Security Build host: build52
Size: 3325900 Source RPM: amavisd-new-2.6.1-41.13.src.rpm
Summary: High-Performance E-Mail Virus Scanner
Amavisd-new is a high-performance interface between mailer (MTA) and
content checkers: virus scanners or SpamAssassin. It talks to the MTA
via (E)SMTP, LMTP, or by using helper programs. It works with the
following MTAs:

- postfix

- sendmail (sendmail-milter)

- exim

    Mark Martinec <>




GPL v2 or later


* Tue Oct 28 2008
  - Require perl-Mail-DKIM
  - (bnc#439292) - amavisd.conf comes with wrong path to clamd socket
* Mon Sep 01 2008
  - Don't require unace, amavis does not know about it.
* Tue Aug 12 2008
  - fix init scripts
* Tue Jul 01 2008
  - update to version 2.6.1
    - avoid a bounce-killer's false positive when a message is multipart/mixed
      with an attached message/rfc822 (looking like a qmail or a MSN bounce)
      and having attached a message with a foreign Message-ID - by restricting
      the check to messages with an empty sender address or a 'postmaster' or
      'MAILER-DAEMON' author address;
    - privileges were dropped too early when chrooting, causing chroot to fail
    - fix unwarranted 'run_av error: Exceeded allowed time' error when using
      a virus scanned Mail::ClamAV;
    - fix a bug in helper-progs/amavis-milter.c where atoi could be reading
      from a non-null terminated string which could result in wrong milter
      return status, or even cause a read-access violation;
    - dsn_cutoff_level was ignored if SpamAssassin was not invoked (e.g. on
      large messages) even if recip_score_boost was nonzero, causing a DSN
      not to be suppressed for internally generated large score values;
    - add back the 'Ok, id=..., from MTA(...):' prefix to a MTA status responses
      on forwarded mail when generating own SMTP status response
    - replaced '-ErrFile=>*STDOUT' with '-ErrFile=>\*STDOUT' in a call to
      BerkeleyDB::Env::new in amavisd-nanny and amavisd-agent;
    - recognize an additional place-holder %P in a template used to build
      a file name in file-based quarantining.
* Fri Jun 27 2008
  - openldap do not contains /etc/openldap anymore
* Wed Jun 25 2008
  - update to version 2.6.0
    - integrated DKIM signing and verification
    - loading of policy banks based on valid DKIM-signed author's address
      can be used for reliable whitelisting, for bypassing banned checks, etc.
    - bounce killer feature: uses a pen pals SQL lookup to check inbound DSN;
    - SQL logging and quarantining tables have a new field 'partition_tag';
    - captures SpamAssassin logging, more flexibility specifying SA log areas;
    - collects and logs SpamAssassin timing breakdown report (requires SA 3.3);
    - releasing from a quarantine can push a released message to an attachment;
    - new experimental code for abuse reporting using formats: ARF/attach/plain;
    - TLS support on the SMTP client and server side;
    - connection caching by a SMTP client;
    - amavisd-nanny and amavisd-agent now re-open a database on amavisd restarts;
    - amavisd-nanny and amavisd-agent new command line option: -c count;
    - updated to support source port number in queries;
    - amavisd can send queries either to or directly to p0f;
* Thu Jun 21 2007
  - Bug 230822  Amavisd-release Misconfiguration
  - update to version 2.5.1
  - provides checking the number of archive members against $MAXFILES quota
    even when just listing an archive directory, providing some additional
    protection (besides a time limit) against runaway dearchivers
    (such as a recent Zoo archiver DoS);
  - please use the most recent versions of file(1) utility (currently 4.21)
    and recent versions of external dearchivers/decoders to avoid known
    security vulnerabilities in them;
  - introduced a variation of a message release from a quarantine, allowing
    a releaser to choose between forwarding a message to the back-end MTA
    port as usual (avoiding re-checking of a message), or to send it to MTA
    on its incoming port (normally 25) and let the message be rescanned,
    which might be useful after adjusting spam rules or antivirus database.
    It is implemented by:
    * adding a configuration variable $requeue_method (also a member
      of policy banks), with a default value: 'smtp:[]:25'
    * extending the AM.PDP protocol with a 'request=requeue' attribute
      which can be used in place of a 'request=release',
    * enhancing the 'amavisd-release' utility program to choose between
      sending 'request=release' and 'request=requeue' based on its
      program name, i.e. by making a soft or hard link to amavisd-release
      (or its copy) named 'amavisd-requeue', the utility will send
      a 'request=requeue' in place of the usual 'request=release', e.g.:
      [#] ln -s amavisd-release amavisd-requeue
      $ amavisd-requeue spam/k/kg2P0rP9Lpu3.gz
    * enhancing amavisd daemon to choose between forwarding a released
      message either to $release_method or to $requeue_method destination
      based on a 'request' attribute value in an AM.PDP request;
  - new AV entry: ArcaVir for Linux and Unix, see below for links;
  - a new macro 'supplementary_info' gives access to some additional information
    provided by content scanners, such as a provided by SpamAssassin API
    routine get_tag. The macro takes two arguments, the first is a tag name
    (a name of some attribute which is expected to provide an associated
    value), the second argument is a sprintf format string and is optional,
    if missing a %s is assumed. Currently the only available attributes are
    AUTOLEARN, SC, SCRULE, SCTYPE, and RELAYCOUNTRY. These are nonempty only
    when an associated SpamAssassin plugin or function is enabled.
  - fixed quarantining to a SQL database of messages with a null envelope
    sender address (broken in 2.5.0, causing such messages to tempfail);
    reported by Markus Edholm, Vahur Jõlu and Michael Scheidell;
  - fixed parsing of certain broken 'From' header fields, which would
    result in a temporary failure and the following logged error:
      check_init2 FAILED: parse_address_list PANIC1 53
      at /usr/local/sbin/amavisd line 3292
    reported by Michael Scheidell;
  - avoid encoding nonprintable characters in X-Envelope-From and X-Envelope-To
    header fields in a quarantined message even if envelope mail addresses
    contain such invalid characters, so that a quarantine release is possible;
    (RFC 2047 allows encoding of a 'phrase' in From, To, and similar headers,
    as well as in comments, but not in the address specification);
  - avoid unnecessarily RFC 2047 -encoding of 8-bit characters in those
    lines of inserted X-Spam-Report (and similar) multiline header fields
    which only contain ASCII characters; also avoid encoding of newlines;
    reported by Anant Nitya;
  - properly recognize PostgreSQL error code 'S8006' and reconnect to
    a disconnected server right away; thanks to Brian Wong;
  - call $mail_obj->finish after a SA call to allow for garbage collection
    and removal of SA temporary files;  see:
  - avoid nonstandard SMTP status code 254 on discarded malware;
    on discarding turn status 554 into a 250 instead;  violation
    of a SHOULD in RFC 2822 pointed out by Alexander Bergolth;
  - an informational log message was reported inappropriately:
      INFO: truncated ... header line(s) longer than 998 characters
    it didn't reflect reality, it was always reported together with the:
      INFO: unfolded 1 illegal all-whitespace continuation lines
  - when a SMTP option BODY=8BITMIME (RFC 1652) is not given on mail
    reception, avoid turning it on while forwarding even if mail body
    contains 8-bit characters;  following a garbage-in-garbage-out
    principle, this doesn't break anything that isn't already broken,
    but might prevent later conversion to 7-bit quoted-printable MIME
    by some downstream MTA, possibly preventing signature invalidations
    (DKIM, S/MIME, PGP, ...) - at a risk that some overzealous firewall
    might block a mail transfer;
  - fixed a couple of documentation typos/bugs in README.customize
    amavisd-new-2.5.0 release notes
    The 2.5.0 is upwards compatible with 2.4.* versions.
    Nevertheless, default notification and logging templates are
    enhanced to take advantage of new macros and new concepts,
    so it is prudent to update templates if defaults are overridden,
    e.g. $log_templ, $notify_*_admin_templ, ...
  - new concept: blocking contents category;
  - true per-recipient defanging/sanitation of a mail body (previously
    a true per-recipient handling was available for mail header edits,
    but not for mail body modifications);
  - added interface code to invoke Anomy Sanitizer or the 'altermime' program
    allows defanging or adding disclaimers by external utilities on a
    per-recipient basis;
  - rewritten SMTP client code: get rid of the troublesome module Net::SMTP;
    new code now supports pipelining, client-side LMTP, IPv6, Unix sockets,
    more reliable error handling, passes on ORCPT parameter, passes on ENVID
    parameter unmangled, is bare-CR-clean, tidier code (no workarounds for
    rough corners in Net::SMTP), fewer context switches (handshake handovers)
    due to pipelining if pipelining is offered by MTA (which usually is);
  - makes available pedantically parsed addresses from a mail header:
    From, Sender, To, Cc.  Addresses from mail header may be needed for
    deciding on inserting disclaimers, signing mail (DKIM), custom hooks
    (like 'vacation'-type applications), and other future applications.
    Get rid of inexact parsing by module Mail::Address, provide own parser;
  - phishing fraud as returned by ClamAV is now treated as spam, no longer
    as a virus;
  - compatible with SpamAssassin 3.2.0;
  - enhancements to amavisd-nanny: shows more detailed states of processes;
  - enhancements to amavisd-agent: shows average processing times per message;
  - extended AM.PDP protocol with an attribute 'policy_bank' which may be used
    in a client's request to require loading additional policy banks;
  - add support for 7-Zip archives if external utility 7z is available;
  - custom hooks allow custom code to be called at few strategic places;
  - penpals can now also match replies which reference previous outgoing mail
    by its MessageID (taking into account References or In-Reply-To header
  - new key 'originating' in policy banks generalizes a MYNETS policy bank;
  - a documentation rewrite for setting up amavisd-new with Postfix
    by Patrick Ben Koetter (one of the two authors of The Book of Postfix).
    Previous documentation has been renamed to README.postfix.old and will be
    removed in the next version; the new documentation is README.postfix.html,
    and its automatically converted plain text version is README.postfix.
  - if a sender is both white- and black-listed at the same time, then
    inserted X-Spam-* header fields were inconsistent, e.g. X-Spam-Level,
    X-Spam-Flag and X-Spam-Status reflected a whitelisted status (no asterisks,
    not a spam), while X-Spam-Score showed 64 points; now whitelisting prevails
    in all X-Spam-* header fields;
  - relax argument parsing in amavisd-release to allow releasing of
    quarantine id containing a body hash in a name (%b in template);
    reported by Ron Rademaker;
  - skip a SQL-logging database operation if an associated clause in %sql_clause
    is disabled, e.g. set to undef or '';  this allows for example to selectively
    disable SQL logging based on a policy bank; thanks to Riaan Kok;
  - let LHA decoder (do_lha) recognize also other listing formats, e.g. MS-DOS,
    symlinks, not just plain Unix archives; problem reported by Ryuhei Funatsu;
* Thu Mar 08 2007
  - update to version 2.4.5
  - Recommended version of Convert::UUlib is 1.08 or higher
    to avoid processing of uninitialized data containing 'random' garbage.
    Note that a security hole in uulib which comes with Convert::UUlib 1.04
    and older is now (as of 2006-12-05) known to be exploitable:
    credits to Jean-Sébastien Guay-Leroux;
  - will no longer reply to queries coming from low-numbered
    UDP ports below 1024 or from nfsd port 2049, and will ignore queries
    with nonce longer than 1024 character or containing characters outside
    of \040-\177 range to limit its usefulness as a potential reflector
    for an attacker from internal networks.
  - now only binds to a loopback interface by default, instead
    of to all interfaces;  change $bind_addr in to ''
    if is running on a different host from amavisd or from
    other querying clients; suggested by Shaun T. Erickson and Mario Liehr;
  - let exit when a pipe on stdin is closed (e.g. when p0f
    is killed or crashes), instead of entering a tight loop; reported by
    Justin Piszcz and Henrik Krohns;
  - hard-blacklisting no longer skips quarantining when
    $spam_quarantine_cutoff_level is undefined (or is an empty string);
  - restart timer after Sophie times out; previously the next attempt
    would run with no time limit; reported by Nick Leverton and
    Nicklas Bondesson;
  - fixed AM.PDP code to always provide smtp-quoted form in angle brackets
    in delrcpt and addrcpt attributes of a response, i.e. in the same form
    as was received in sender and recipient attributes;
  - fix error reporting in open_on_specific_fd when POSIX::dup2 fails;
    thanks to Chris (decoder);
  - fix signal handling in read_snmp_variables() and register_proc(),
    a signal could previously get lost (not re-signaled) if it occurred
    within these subroutines;
  - fixed get_body_digest which incorrectly determined 7- or 8-bitness
    of mail header and body, setting body_type incorrectly (with only
    cosmetic ill-effects);
  - AM.PDP protocol: ensure proper address form is used in server response
    attributes 'delrcpt' and 'addrcpt': the same form should be used as
    in 'sender' and 'recipient' attributes. The attribute value syntax is
    specified in RFC 2821 as 'Reverse-path' (i.e. smtp-quoted form, enclosed
    in <>); previously enclosing angle brackets were missing in a server reply;
  - documentation - amavisd.conf-default incorrectly stated that a default
    value for $prepend_header_fields_hdridx is 1;  actually the default is 0
    as correctly indicated in release notes; reported by Jo Rhett;
* Mon Nov 20 2006
  - fixing bug 218230 - amavisd crashes on start
* Fri Oct 20 2006
  - update to version 2.4.3
  - fixed a bug (introduced with amavisd-new-2.4.0): when receiving mail
    from MTA through a LMTP protocol (not SMTP) and with D_BOUNCE as a
    final*destiny setting, a suppressed non-delivery notification (e.g.
    spam above cutoff_level) did not turn LMTP status into a success,
    so an undesired bounce was generated by MTA in a post-queue filtering
    setup, contributing to excessive bounce backscatter; reported by
    Michael Scheidell, thanks to Gary V for analysis;
  - bug fix to amavisd-release: a regexp needs to be relaxed to allow
    quarantine names like Y/spam-Y5y7A3J5r2Ax.gz, reported by Rob Chanter;
  - fix a bug in LDAP lookups which could lead to an infinite loop while
    expanding %m in the filter; reported by Petr Vokac;
  - add "LOCAL_STATE_DIR => '/var/lib'" to the SA object initialization
    for versions of SA 3.1.4 or older, so that SpamAssassin would see
    additional rules provided by sa-update and placed to its default location;
    the SA 3.1.5 provides its own default so this becomes unnecessary;
  - bug fix: don't reject mail when mail size restriction is in force,
    the limit is exceeded, and $final_destiny_by_ccat{+CC_OVERSIZED}
    is not D_REJECT;
  - treat blacklisting like high spam score when considering suppressing
    quarantining (@spam_quarantine_cutoff_level_maps) or suppressing sending
    a DSN (@spam_dsn_cutoff_level_maps);
  - calling do_quarantine() multiple times on the same message would accumulate
    header edits from each invocation, fixed;  (such situation can only happen
    with a modified program);
  - when defanging mail or releasing mail from a quarantine, with a goal
    of not breaking DKIM Sender Signing Policy and DomainKeys policy,
    do not copy existing Sender header field to a new header, and insert
    our own Sender field (configurable by %hdrfrom_notify_recip_by_ccat);
    Note that dk-milter-0.4.1 (dk-filter) incorrectly signs mail released by
    amavisd from a quarantine - presence of X-Spam-* header fields preceded
    and followed by Received header fields makes dk-filter inappropriately
    reorder headers fields before signing. The dkim-milter works correctly.
    The bug has been reported, but has not yet been resolved at this time.
  - explicitly set PerlIO layer to ":bytes" on a temporary file handle for
    email.txt (just in case); based on a problem report by Alexander Schäfer;
  - in a string produced by a macro %c remove a decimal dot if score happens
    to be an integer;
  - reduce $sa_mail_body_size_limit from 512 kB to 400 kB in amavisd.conf
    and amavisd.conf-sample for the time being, while the SA folks work
    (MS Outlook Express seems to be chopping long mail in approx 500 kB chunks);
  - another workaround for Perl taint bug: IO::Handle::_open_mode_string
    taints the $1 when mode string to IO::File::open is '+<', use O_RDWR
    instead; thanks to Ryan Frantz;
  - abort if a specified syslog facility name is unknown, instead of
    switching to LOG_DAEMON as before;
  - change the code which selects defanging so that defanging is triggered
    if any applicable contents category of a message chooses defanging;
    counterintuitive behaviour reported by Tapani Tarvainen;
  - fix example in amavisd.conf-sample to use +CC_SPAM instead of CC_SPAM
    as a key to a hash, e.g. $final_destiny_by_ccat{+CC_SPAM}, otherwise Perl
    would implicitly turn CC_SPAM into a string when used in such a context.
    Note that any Perl expression syntax would do, as long as the argument
    does not look like a plain variable which receives implicit quoting;
    possibilities include $xx{&CC_SPAM}, $xx{+CC_SPAM}, $xx{CC_SPAM()},
    $xx{(CC_SPAM)} and similar; a more obvious &CC_SPAM is avoided because
    it prevents subroutine call inlining optimization in Perl;
  - qmail: update amavisd-new-qmqpqq.patch to be compatible with Net::Server
    version 0.91 or later; thanks to mr from DBA Lab S.p.A.;
  - AM.PDP protocol: change the order of attributes returned in an reply:
    delete and edit header fields before adding new header fields;
    problem of deleting just-inserted header fields in a sendmail milter
    setup reported by Petr Rehor;
  - AM.PDP protocol change - with version 2 of the protocol the following
    changes to the protocol were made:
    * "version_server=2" is provided in a server response as the
      first attribute, older versions did not provide such attribute
      (assumed version on the server side was 1);
    * delheader and chgheader now stand in a response before insheader
      and addheader, assuming that milter MTA will execute these
      in the same order;
    * new attribute: "insheader=hdridx hdr_head hdr_body"
      (where hdridx as used by amavisd will always be 0 for now), making
      it possible to prepend header fields in a sendmail milter setup
      (instead of appending them, breaking compatibility with DomainKeys);
      problem noted by Adam Gibson and Petr Rehor;
    * new attribute: "quarantine=reason"
      place message on hold or to a quarantine maintained by MTA, and supply
      a reason text (e.g. client may call smfi_quarantine milter routine);
      For future use - it is currently (2.4.3 or earlier) never used.
  - new feature: "pen pals soft-whitelisting" lowers spam score of received
    replies to a message previously sent by a local user to this address;
  - new feature: added command line options to override certain configuration
    settings from a config file, see below;
  - documentation bug fixes, especially on the use of SQL data type TIMESTAMP;
  - zoo decoder interface routine can now use utility unzoo(1) or zoo(1);
  - LDAP.schema: add missing LDAP attribute amavisSpamQuarantineCutoffLevel
    to the list of allowed attributes in objectclass amavisAccount;
    pointed out by Paolo Cravero;
  -  Delivery status notifications (DSN) are now supported, both as a SMTP
    protocol extension and in notifications. Header fields like X-Amavis
    and X-Spam are now prepended to mail header for DomainKeys compatibility.
    Configuration variables can be chosen based on mail contents category,
    which is now represented explicitly. A built-in macro expander is enhanced,
    providing new macros and call types. Added support for passive operating
    system fingerprinting with the use of p0f, supplying collected information
    as a header field to SpamAssassin. Provide compatibility with Net::Server
    0.91 and later.
  - fix insufficient sender address sanitation when storing quarantined or
    forwarded files as BSMTP files _and_ having a %s in the corresponding
    * _method template; potential security vulnerability (with limited scope)
    in versions of amavisd-new 2.3.1, 2.3.2 and 2.3.3 discovered by Thomas
  - recognize result "ms-windows metafile" (or "ms-windows metafont") from a
    file(1) utility and provide short type 'wmf' for it; added two example
    rules to amavisd.conf (and amavisd.conf-sample) to block files containing
    Windows Metafiles, based on US-CERT Alert TA05-362A;



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