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4th Release
     posted by yeupou, Thu Sep 10 12:56:09 2015 - 0 replies

Here's a fourth release.

It fixes a bug in seeyoulater-httpsharer that was not properly removing outdated IP.
It also add --flush option to seeyoulater-feeder to flush the IP database.

Updated debian packages are available at apt.rien.pl. You'll need to add my GPG key to apt keyring if you are using apt-get to get it:

apt-key adv --recv-keys --keyserver pgp.mit.edu 23FEF25D

Third Release
     posted by yeupou, Sat Feb 8 01:57:36 2014 - 0 replies

Here's a third release. It now includes seeyoulater-httpsharer, that enables to share ban list over http instead of authenticated MySQL. It’s useful for distant hosts with unreliable link to each other/to avoid having MySQL listening on public ports.

Updated debian packages are available. You'll need to add my GPG key to apt keyring if you are using apt-get to get it:

apt-key adv --recv-keys --keyserver pgp.mit.edu 2DA199B9

Second Release
     posted by yeupou, Fri Oct 8 14:37:00 2010 - 1 reply

Years later, this is the second release. It avoids duplicates in both database and hosts.deny.

In the database, there may be dupes for a given IP, but with different timestamps.
In hosts.deny, every entry is unique.

Updated debian packages are available.

First release
     posted by yeupou, Sat Feb 25 22:55:18 2006 - 0 replies

This is the first release of "See you later", it should be production ready.

Packages are available in the download area.

Thanks to Eric Fox for his insightful suggestion that led to this piece of software. See http://www.exim.org/mail-archives/exim-users/Week-of-Mon-20060220/msg00071.html

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