Release Notes: jk_adduser now accepts all useradd options, and can be used as a useradd replacement in scripts to add large amounts of jailed users. There are some documentation improvements. This is the first release fully working on BSD systems.
Release Notes: Speedups for jk_init and jk_cp, minimizing some redundant actions.
Release Notes: The limited shell jk_lsh now can be configured to allow or disallow wildcard expansion. This is useful to allow commands like 'scp server:* .'.
Release Notes: This relase features performance improvements for jk_check and improvements for jk_cp and jk_init, and fixed a segfault in jk_chrootsh. A Debian package is now also available.
Release Notes: An improved jk_procmailwrapper utility (making it possible to do jailed mail delivery!), fixes for some compilation and instalationl bugs, additional and improved checks in jk_check, and much improved documentation
Release Notes: This version fixes some scripts for older (2.1) python versions. The jk_procmailwrapper utility was added. The documentation is much improved. A much requested option for jk_chrootsh was also implemented: restricted environment copying.
Release Notes: This release fixes a compilation error with gcc-2. A new utility, called jk_chrootlaunch, was added to chroot another daemon. Logging was improved for various utilities. Various improvements were made to the jk_init script. All other utilities have some minor updates.