Dropbear is an SSH 2 server and client that is designed to be small enough to be used in low-memory embedded environments, while still being functional and secure for general use.
|Tags||Security Cryptography Internet Systems Administration|
Release Notes: This release adds new options for specifying cipher/mac preference at runtime. Linux entropy gathering has been improved. sha2 macs were added. There are a few extra command line options and a few bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes a security bug that could allow code execution as root by an authenticated user if a command="..." option is used in authorized_keys. It also includes various minor fixes and cleanups.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release, fixing static build problems and crashes with -R forwarding. IPv6 support has been improved and a number of minor leaks have been fixed.
Release Notes: A number of compile fixes for 0.53. The DROPBEAR_ZLIB_MEM_LEVEL option has been removed since it caused problems. Users running 0.53 without problems don't need to upgrade.
Release Notes: This release includes various small new features including client agent forwarding and improved keepalive/idle-timeout handling. Port forwards now accept a listening address. A number of performance and memory use improvements have also been made. As usual, this release also fixes some bugs.