Release Notes: Because full support for syslog is included, the old way of logging to files was removed. Switch to syslog-ng is recommended as it will make your logs cleaner. Silent mode is now switched on so it is impossible to redirect users who should not have access to the service you provide.
Release Notes: The whole NMDC protocol and most of EXTENDEDPROTOCOL are now supported. Version 1.0.0 was released in secret, but it would crash with a SIGSEGV when some older clients tried to connect to it. This version fixes that bug.
Release Notes: A buffer underrun vulnerability and some other bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This is the last 0.6.* release and the first of 0.7.* series. It fixes noticed bugs. From now on, hanging sessions are detected and removed. Users are encouraged to upgrade.
Release Notes: The last version had a bug that caused the user to be unable to login after some period of time.
Release Notes: In some circumstances, a user can gain OP rights without any password.
Release Notes: The last release was quite fast and optimized, but some obvious optimization points remained. These have been addressed in this release. This release also fixes refreshing of the userlist.
Release Notes: This version comes with a new, faster way of receiving data from a socket. This new method is less susceptible to DDoS attacks. Getting a userlist is still slow, however. Some new ExtendedProtocol commands were added.
Release Notes: This release tries to eliminate problems connected to compilation and run process on different Unix-like systems. Most problems that appeared in previous versions should be fixed. It is 100% compatible with *BSD, Solaris, and Linux.
Release Notes: This release should be faster, safer, and simply better than any previous one. However, it has not been tested on BSD.