Release Notes: This is the last version that will be released by the FreeS/WAN team. No new versions of this software will be released. New features are mostly the removal of transport mode, KLIPS port for 2.6, and some netlink security fixes.
Release Notes: Removal of AH and better support for 2.6 kernels, an experimental lightweight DNS queue, and support for DNSSec.
Release Notes: This version features a workaround for the Linux 2.6 netlink security problem.
Release Notes: Preliminary support for 2.6 kernels was added, either via KLIPS or the native 2.6 kernel IPsec. See the new 2.6.known-issues document for more details. A fix was made for SHA1 packet reception and several verify buglets. An iproute2 based _updown script was added.
Release Notes: One-line configuration for initiator-only Opportunistic Encryption, (OE) using ipsec.conf's new "myid" option. There is a new RPM spec file. This will help folks who need to compile RPMs from the FreeS/WAN source. In addition, wavesec and OE now coexist nicely.
Release Notes: This release is almost exactly the same as 2.00 except for a change to the Opportunistic Encryption (OE) protocol. This change is a change to DNS Resource record useage and thus a serious change to the protocol, we suggest that all OE users upgrade to 2.01 to be compatible with both old (while they last) and new OE sites.
Release Notes: An empty ipsec.conf now has an implicit conn defined to support Opportunistic Encryption. A cross compilation framework was added, and the program now compiles on the Zaurus. A new program, mailkey, which will format DNS records for OE and draft appropriate mail, was added. Pluto will now accept and process authenticated delete messages. Various code cleanups and documentation fixes were made.
Release Notes: This release features an easier default configuration for opportunistic encryption, improvements to RPM building, improved documentation, a --dhclient option in ipsec showhostkey, and various workarounds for bind. There were also fixes for Pluto and compilation issues with recent vanilla and Red Hat kernels.
Release Notes: This release features mostly stabilization changes due to the large amount of new code since the 1.5 release.