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Fedora Core 3 Update: tcpdump-3.8.2-9.FC3 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 3
Name        : tcpdump
Version     : 3.8.2
Release     : 9.FC3
Summary     : A network traffic monitoring tool.
Description :
Tcpdump is a command-line tool for monitoring network traffic.
Tcpdump can capture and display the packet headers on a particular
network interface or on all interfaces.  Tcpdump can display all of
the packet headers, or just the ones that match particular criteria.

Install tcpdump if you need a program to monitor network traffic.


* Tue Jun 07 2005 Martin Stransky  - 14:3.8.2-9.FC3

- fix for CAN-2005-1267 - BGP DoS, #159209

This update can be downloaded from:

75611b0e982b3f2eba2ad32a21faf2b1  SRPMS/tcpdump-3.8.2-9.FC3.src.rpm
45fb65943da30ccacb85a7eb3f3ece4a  x86_64/tcpdump-3.8.2-9.FC3.x86_64.rpm
7bbc70ec2dbaafd049099159088c2910  x86_64/libpcap-0.8.3-9.FC3.x86_64.rpm
a2d7bf0040d2a1beb024084020892bf8  x86_64/arpwatch-2.1a13-9.FC3.x86_64.rpm
428b293078ca934f28ece4bf87e70382  x86_64/libpcap-0.8.3-9.FC3.i386.rpm
dff48241599a1e564692d2f9244698e5  i386/tcpdump-3.8.2-9.FC3.i386.rpm
428b293078ca934f28ece4bf87e70382  i386/libpcap-0.8.3-9.FC3.i386.rpm
d3fd0348d1c11291b7d289bcac477161  i386/arpwatch-2.1a13-9.FC3.i386.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.

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