[ipv6calc] new: ipv6loganon for anonymizing HTTP logs without loosing much information
pb at bieringer.de
Mon Feb 5 17:42:18 CET 2007
At 02.02.2007 09:40, Niko Tyni wrote:
> ipv6loganon looks nice, thanks.
> Here's a small patch that fixes a couple of typos and adds a man
> page for ipv6loganon, based on --help output and the README.
Thank you very much for your patches and contribution, applied to CVS
now. I have also moved the anonymization stuff to related libraries,
because I have plans for adding a new action to ipv6calc to anonymize a
single IPv4/IPv6 address for external usage (e.g. for anonymizing logs
which are harder to parse in C but simple to parse in Perl, like eg.
> I still plan to hack the build system so that it could use an external
> copy of the ip2location and geoip source trees, I just haven't gotten
> around to doing it yet. With it there would be no need of shipping
> those in the ipv6calc tarball, which would be a good thing IMO.
For sure, would be great if you find time to do the work.
Dr. Peter Bieringer http://www.bieringer.de/pb/
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