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  •  17 Jan 2006 09:22
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    •  09 Mar 2005 16:31
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      Release Notes: A new CLI monitor was added so that you can keep an eye on the tarpits over any console, including telnet and ssh or even a teleprinter. The GUI monitor interface was improved, adding host cross-checking and abuse mail/address checking on whois. A minor change was made to tarpit (special IPs were added).

      •  10 Feb 2005 22:04
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        Release Notes: This release allows you to be 'naughty' with an attacker's mailto: address, allows you to specify (partial) domains for special treatment, and includes SMTarPit Monitor (uses Perl Tk) to monitor the status of all of the tarpit processes in real time (which is a bit like a slow-race). SMTarPit Monitor allows you to interrogate a tarpit PID for details including rhost IP, and perform a 'host' look-up and a 'whois' with the abuse address highlighted.

        •  21 Jan 2005 22:53
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          Release Notes: This release self-limits instances, responds correctly when SIGINT or SIGPIPE is received, has configurable user time-out, configurable program time-out (you can keep it going for a month if you want), does rough checking of the sender address format, doesn't allow '<>' as a sender address, can be made to dump a buffered log at regular (configured) intervals, and Date format in the log files now includes the year.

          •  05 Jan 2005 21:01
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            Release Notes: rcpt to: has been changed so that it will accept (ignore) additional information after the address without rejecting the address.

            •  14 Nov 2004 06:30
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              Release Notes: This release uses a static table to make sure that the randomly chosen server identity is consistent between calls - varying it could lead to consistency checking in order to determine whether a site runs a tarpit or a normal MTA. Also, it has the configuration option of whether you want the detailed log or not. Not doing so means that you just have the small log to go on. It also records the remote IP address in both the quick and normal log files.

              •  12 Nov 2004 03:05
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