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grepcidr 1.4 - unix, GNU GPL, 2013-11-20
grepcidr is a popular IP address and CIDR network filter, useful for log file analysis and network security. This update adds the ability to search anywhere on a line, which was already the patched behaviour present in the Debian/Ubuntu package. The new -x option invokes the old non-regex behaviour for users wishing to maintain the strict matching behaviour (faster). Version 1.4 also modernizes the package with a better Makefile, elimination of redundant code, and a new detailed manual page. Thanks to Ryan Finnie (who maintains the Debian grepcidr package) for his contributions.
JBMail Plus 3.3 beta3a - Windows, freeware, 2013-05-27
SpamTestBuddy 0.95 - unix, open source, 2007-09-27
SpamTestBuddy is a simple, light-weight, multiple-input spam scoring tool. It is standalone and can be used with simple procmail rules without root access or daemons. Features built-in support for simple DNS checks including DNSBL (DNS-based blocklist) queries, and can scan headers from filters such as SpamProbe, QSF, DSPAM that you already use. Use SpamTestBuddy to adjust the score from your statistical filter, to reduce both false positives and false negatives with the benefit of extra spam tests.
renattach 1.2.4 - unix, GNU GPL, 2006-10-24
New --loop option removes Delivered-To headers from the input message. This defends Postfix against a "mail forwarding loop" spam relay trick.
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