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 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.
Release Notes: Better compatibility was added for large files. Security was increased, especially where chroot is concerned. The ability to have anonymous users when using plain-text file authentication was added. Some memory leaks were corrected and passive mode has been improved.
Release Notes: It is now possible to authenticate users while running the server in single user mode. Authentication can be handled through a text file, which is set up through the config options. This is disabled by default for security reasons.
Release Notes: This release introduces the ability to compress files during uploads. This is not compiled in by default and requires zlib. Some minor warning messages which appeared when compiling with gcc 4.0.x have been corrected.
Release Notes: This release adds bandwidth throttling, the ability to make the server re-read its config file upon catching SIGHUP, and some code cleanups.
Release Notes: This release adds functionality to the FTP server. Some enhancements include implementation of mget and mput, improved logging, and more security options.
Release Notes: The XFER_BUFSIZE configuration option has been added, allowing tweaking of data throughput. The commands APPE and ALLO have been implemented. The INITAL_CHROOT configuration option has been added, as well as the ability to disable logging. A bug making file transmissions impossible with old config files has been fixed. A bug concerning file truncating when STORing has also been fixed.
Release Notes: Some bugs have been fixed, and the EPRT and EPSV functions have been implemented, making integration of the IPv6 protocol easier.