Release Notes: gnutls_bye() will no longer fail when RDWR is used and application data are available for reading. More strict checks for the SRP parameters. A warning to certtool when MD5 is being used for digital signatures. Optimizations ("-O2 -finline-functions") are not enabled by default. The option --get-dh-params has been added to certtool in order to get the parameters included in the library primes and generators. Improved semantics of X.509 certificate verification. Nettle self tests now build properly. Some memory leaks in DHE and RSA-EXPORT cipher suites have been eliminated. Some X.509 attribute functions have been added.
Release Notes: The API was cleaned up, so data types now use the "_t" suffix. SRP password authentication has been moved to the LGPL'ed part of the library. Fixes were made to handle denial of service problems when verifying long certificate chains. The manual was converted to Texinfo, and an API reference manual was added. Many bugfixes and improvements were made since the previous stable 1.0.x branch.
Release Notes: It is now possible to generate PKCS#12 structures without private keys. Certtool now prints information for the RSA and DSA parameters of certificates and private keys. Client X.509 authenticated connections via gnutls-cli should now work again. Use libtasn1 0.2.13. Various bug fixes and small improvements.
Release Notes: Bugfixes in the library and the certtool program.
Release Notes: This version features documentation fixes, bugfixes for X.509, PKCS#1, and PKCS#12, portability fixes, ports to FreeBSD and OS X, updates the SRP to latest draft specification, and includes other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version features bugfixes for the X.509, PKCS#1, and PKCS#12 code. It fixes memory leaks.
Release Notes: A simple self test was added.
Release Notes: A simple self test was included.
Release Notes: The SRP authentication has been updated to conform to the latest (yet unreleased) draft. Some default limits have been added to the verification of certificate chains to avoid denial of service attacks. There are some portability fixes to the makefiles.
Release Notes: Some memory leaks were fixed and there are other minor bugfixes.