Release Notes: This bugfix release includes an update to avoid an exception when a shared directory is not using the default path. Some other bugfixes are included.
Release Notes: This release adds custom broadcast/multicast destinations, an option to completely disable IPv6, and some minor fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds an additional factor parameter to rebuild the index, to limit the resources required for rebuilding the index and make it independent from the announce interval. Multiple fixes have been included to better support OpenWRT (PirateBox) and similar low-end systems.
Release Notes: CherryPy updates have been fixed to the latest release. The documentation has been updated.
Release Notes: Embedded CherryPy has been updated to 3.2.2. A minor bug in the base64 extended de/encode has been fixed.
Release Notes: Bugs have been fixed regarding the URL generation to be relative (useful if you access a Forban via Tor .onion services or via reverse proxy). The URL IPv4/IPv6 link is now fixed for IPv6-only hosts. A skeleton has been added for the future opportunistic filesystem copy aka Sneakernet to be included in the future version. A path disclosure has been fixed.
Release Notes: The annoying path lookup for the loot has been fixed.
Release Notes: The sample configuration is no longer excluding all files by default. Timeout on file handle is now properly handled. When building an index, files that changed while building the index are discarded. The bash client has a "bmonitor" functionality to automatically open a Web browser for discovered Forban.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes. Path creation is now improved and more consistent. A small delay has been introduced at start up to ensure the sharing service starts before the opportunistic services.
Release Notes: Forban can now be used out of the box without any configuration files. A proof-of-concept Forban client in Bash has been added. Configuration file parsing has been improved to better handle errors.