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.
Release Notes: A few improvements were made to the client, such as support for multihop connections (useful for scp/rsync), firstname.lastname@example.org compression, and sftp subsystem support. The server portion now supports some restrictions in authorized_key entries. The release also has a few minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release makes returning an exit status more reliable for the server, fixing some problems with scp.
Release Notes: This version improves network performance, adds a keepalive option, and fixes various minor bugs.
Release Notes: This release adds various new features such as backgrounding for dbclient and binding to particular addresses for the server. It also has various bugfixes, particularly in the channel handling code. It includes a security fix for handling mismatching hostkeys with dbclient.
Release Notes: A compile fix was made for scp on Linux.