Release Notes: The most important fix is to avoid an attack using the SASL_PATH environment variable when sasl is used in a setuid environment (this is infrequent but possible). The CRAM MD5 plugin has a bugfix for an uninitialized variable reference. Also included are NTLM portability fixes.
Release Notes: This release contains a large number of bugfixes and cleanups from the last version, including the "-r" option for saslauthd to instruct it to reassemble realm and username into a username of "user@realm" form. There is now also support for passing of GSSAPI credentials, and support for SQLite in the SQL auxprop plugin.
Release Notes: This release contains a large number of bugfixes and cleanups from the last version, including fixes for a Solaris 9 IPv6 issue, a problem with a number of missing files in the distribution, the removal of the "experimental" tag from the saslauthd LDAP module, and support for LDAP group filters within saslauthd.
Release Notes: This release contains minor bugfixes from the previous release. It also contains enhanced Win32 support and better GSSAPI autoconf code.
Release Notes: This release contains significant changes in a variety of areas, including PostgreSQL support for the SQL auxilliary property plugin, Win32 support, writable auxiliary property support, and the use of newer versions of the GNU autotools.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of build problems that were discoverd in the 2.1.14 release.
Release Notes: This version includes support for OS X 10.2, Sun's SEAM GSSAPI implementation, and MySQL 4. There are also a number of other bugfixes.
Release Notes: A large number of bugfixes and a major overhaul to saslauthd, including a credential cache to help increase authentication performance.
Release Notes: This release addresses a few minor build and distribution related issues that were present in 2.1.11. No significant changes were made to the library itself.
Release Notes: This version is primarily a bugfix release. Specifically, it addresses a number of issues in the build system, a memory leak in the doors IPC method for saslauthd, and fixes the NTLM server side support to only require one of the LM or NT methods.