I have used CSV import quite a lot lately, and today, running 1.1.22, I imported all CSV files from scratch again. This time there was nothing at all imported for the Services objects. I have not changed that source CSV file in two weeks, so something has happened to the import. I cannot say for sure if it was this last change from 1.1.21 to 1.1.22 that made it, or if it stopped working earlier.
Is there a log file somewhere where I can look for clues? There is always a possibility that the import has changed to be less flexible, and I can change something at my end to make this work again.
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The changes to the CSV import for the services was updated in the CSV import guide earlier this week.
The main difference was an addition to include an option for the source port. With the previous setting for 'port' changed to 'dport' to specify the destination port.
In 1.1.23, there is still something small not quite right.
If I have a column in the first line of the file preset to 'dport', it is not picked up as a key for 'Destination Port', I have to select it by hand.
A small thing to tweak for a future release.
Here is the initial part of the file I used at the time, or very similar to it. It is generated by a Perl script, and I haven't touched that part in a long time.
name;description;protocol;dport all_tcp;All TCP services;tcp;0-65535 all_udp;All UDP services;udp;0-65535 chargen;Character generator;tcp;19 ssh;Secure shell;tcp;22 ssh-in;Secure shell with SYN flood protection;tcp;22 telnet;Telnet;tcp;23 smtp;Simple Mail Transfer Protocol;tcp;25 smtp-in;Simple Mail Transfer Protocol with SYN flood protection;tcp;25 dns-tcp;Domain Name Server via TCP - mainly zone transfers;tcp;53 dns-udp;Domain Name Server via UDP - standard queries;udp;53 bootps;Bootstrap protocol (also DHCP) server;udp;67 bootpc;Bootstrap protocol (also DHCP) client;udp;68
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