View Full Version : How to fix outdated upstreams

2018-12-21, 08:13
Hi folks,

I was working on an SSL audit when I noticed one of the tool available in kali was outdated.

Actually, the tool itself was not outdated, only the upstream went silent and a new version was forked.

The tool in question is sslyze : kali uses https://github.com/iSECPartners/sslyze as reference platform, where current development takes place on https://github.com/nabla-c0d3/sslyze for more than 4 years.

How to notify kali maintainers of such a change, so that Kali tools remain on the bleeding edge where we like them ? According to Kali's git, maintainer is known as "dookie", but I dind't find a way to get in touch with him/her.

Thanks in advance for your advises,


2018-12-21, 16:34
Kali linux bugtracker

2018-12-21, 16:39
as bigbiz said, https://bugs.kali.org -> Tool Upgrade

2018-12-25, 20:33
I had the same issue and ended up using pip install sslyze==1.3.4

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2018-12-31, 05:49
I tried this also without success. The Remote Server loaded OK (xrdp) using port 3390. However, I notice that there is no IP address. I must have missed something during the install. I'll check the script and see if I can fix it. The IP address should presumably be the same as your computer. I'm happy to work with anyone testing this great resource fix epson printer error code 0xea (https://www.epsonprintersupport247.com/how-to-fix-epson-printer-error-code-0xea/)