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RSyslog Windows Agent 3.3 Released

Adiscon is proud to announce the 3.3 release of RSyslog Windows Agent. This is a bugfixing release with minor feature update. Most importantly, the Adiscon SNMP MIB now supports messages sizes up to 64k (previous limit was 255 characters). The OpenSSL Library has been updated to 1.0.2h. Bugs were fixed primarily in RELP and syslog […]

RSyslog Windows Agent 2.3 Released

Adiscon is proud to announce the 2.3 release of RSyslog Windows Agent. This is the maintenance release and contains mainly bugfixes. Most notably, this version includes OpenSSL library 1.0.1h. This fixes all security issues from the OpenSSL Security Advisory (2014-06-05). Detailed information can be found in the version history below. Build-IDs: Service 2.3.119, Client 2.3.145 Features Updated embedded OpenSSL […]

rsyslog 7.5.1 (v7-devel) released

This release opens the new 7.5 development branch. Most importantly, this version provides certificate-based authentication for RELP. It also includes mmfields, a module that can be used to parse CEF and other similar delimited formats. BSD-support has been improved and imjournal has been hardened to prevent corrupt journal databases from spamming the system too much. […]

Using TLS with RELP

In this guide, we want to describe how to setup rsyslog with a RELP connection which is to be secured with TLS. For this guide you need at least rsyslog 7.5.1 and librelp 1.1.3 as well as gnutls 2.10.0 or above. These need to be installed on the server as well on the clients. The […]

rsyslog 7.5.0 (v7-devel) released

This release opens the new 7.5 development branch. Most importantly, this version provides TLS protection for RELP (note that librelp 1.1.1 is required). More information can be found in this blogpost: http://blog.gerhards.net/2013/06/new-rsyslog-devel-branch-75.html ChangeLog: http://www.rsyslog.com/changelog-for-7-5-0-v7-devel/ Download: http://www.rsyslog.com/rsyslog-7-5-0-v7-devel/ As always, feedback is appreciated. Best regards, Florian Riedl

Action’s with directives

This snippet will show, how Action directives need to be applied to work properly. We will show it with the RELP output module. RELP should ensure a safe and loss-free transmission between two machines. But if not configured properly, messages may get lost anyway. This is mainly meant for any client side configuration. First of […]

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