Release Notes: A minor security bug which could be used to cause a denial of service attack has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release brings the stable branch up to date with all bugfixes and improvements in the development tree.
Release Notes: This release provides one bugfix that would cause problems or a crash in environments where bftpd was started without stdin, stdout, or stderr streams.
Release Notes: This release no longer drops connections when an invalid username/password combination is given. Connections are still dropped when the server is full or when configured to deny logins.
Release Notes: This release adds fixes for string manipulation, forces password checking for better Web browser compatibility, and adds two new configuration options for improved flexibility.
Release Notes: This release brings two small bugfixes to Bftpd. The first fixes permissions applied to newly created directories. The other fix prevents crashes that may occur when reading certain configuration files.
Release Notes: This release disabled the SITE command in the default configuration to avoid DoS attacks. It also includes all changes from the development branch since 2.0.
Release Notes: A minor bug was found and fixed that caused bftpd to not compile on some 64-bit systems. Also, if bftpd cannot detect on what kind of machine it is compiling, it assumes little-endian, which should be fine for most home and small business setups.
Release Notes: This release reverses the policy of using a variable transfer buffer size. The transfer buffer size now stays static, which makes transfers faster. Variable buffers is an option in the configuration file. Bftpd now shows hidden files on the system if the configuration file option show_hidden_files is set to "yes".
Release Notes: This release comes with two new features. The first is the implementation of a new site command, "site md5 filename", which gives the client an MD5 sum fingerprint of a file on the server. The other feature is a configuration file option which allows the admin to decide whether the transfer buffer changes in size as more or fewer clients connect.