Release Notes: SHA-256 and SHA-512 checksum algorithms were added to replace SHA-1 for better security. Output of SHA-* checksums are now compatible with the output of the sha1sum, sha256sum, and sha512sum commands.
Release Notes: A new configuration directive (only_suffix) was added to improve the scan's speed on operating systems like Windows. A new analysis command (test_ext) was added to display statistics on suffix extensions. The code can now detect if a file's modification date is in the future.
Release Notes: On Windows, the batch task (afick_planning) can now send the report by mail, if the MAILTO and MAILHOST macros are configured in the configuration file.
Release Notes: Afick can now work on a read-only database (on a CDROM, for example) in compare mode for better security. A bug was fixed in the afickonfig program.
Release Notes: The history file and the archive directory are now created if they don't exist. The --list option has been rewritten to search the matching rule and warn if it's not found.
Release Notes: The installer was changed to work on AIX. On Windows, the installer asks for service planning dates. A new directive was added: exclude_prefix. Dates are now in local time.
Release Notes: A new command, afickonfig, was added in this release to help with afick configuration. Running options are added in reports. A better Windows installation (which avoids service planning duplicates) was implemented.
Release Notes: In this version, a history file was added. The daily cron job now does not send mail if no changes were found.
Release Notes: This release changes the output format to allow automatic parsing. It also adds more information for new/deleted files. It adds 'afick-tk', which creates a tree view. Finally, it adds Perl dependencies to the RPM and Debian packages.
Release Notes: Two new options were added. One is to detect changed files during program scan, and the other is to display CPU statistics. Some bugs were fixed.