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conntrack-tools*
PTS Pool
2 Graph - - 1:1.4.4+snapshot20161117-5 1:1.4.4+snapshot20161117-6 - 1:1.4.4+snapshot20161117-5u3
2 bugs
Git
19× S U 0+2 -
1814 1.4.4
ipset*
PTS Pool
3 Graph - 6.23-2 6.30-2 6.32-1 - 6.30-2u1
4 bugs
Git
19× U - -
3476 6.33
iptables*
PTS Pool
11
(13) Graph
1 1.4.21-2 1.6.0+snapshot20161117-6 1.6.1-2 - 1.6.1-2u1
10 bugs (1 patch)
Git

S T U 0+12 - fail
199684 1.6.1
libnetfilter-acct*
PTS Pool
1 Graph - 1.0.2-1.1 1.0.3-1 - 1.0.3-1
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Git

U - - -
87509 1.0.3
libnftnl*
PTS Pool
2 Graph - -
1.0.7-1~bpo8+1
1.0.7-1 1.0.7-2 - 1.0.7-2
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Git
19× U 0+2 -
501 1.0.7
nfacct*
PTS Pool
- Graph - 1.0.1-1.1 1.0.2-1 - 1.0.2-1
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Git

S U - - -
87005 1.0.2
nftables*
PTS Pool
5 Graph - -
0.6-1~bpo8+1
0.7-1 0.7-2 - 0.7-2
1 bug
Git
0.7-2+1
19× U 0+5 -
480 0.100

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