Release Notes: Support was added for several common network encapsulations, including popular Linux cooked capture and PPP for compatibility with mobile broadband cards.
Release Notes: This release improves compatibility on more platforms and versions such as Solaris and Mac OS X or Darwin.
Release Notes: Many minor improvements, including a significant security fix on Mac OS X.
Release Notes: WhoB default behavior was changed due to popular demand. New configure options were added to perform universal builds and to force gettimeofday calls instead of relying on possibly low-precision packet header times on some platforms. The build process was improved on NetBSD and Darwin/Mac OS X.
Release Notes: Improved TCP and UDP traces. A new ICMP tracing method, including RFC1393 capabilities. A new TCP Basic trace method that works in NAT'd environments. Library improvements to call LFT functions from within your programs. Now builds on Windows. Many bugfixes.
Release Notes: The program was completely refactored and is now a workable C library to call from other programs. Many memory management issues were fixed. Several 2.6b5 features were cleaned up. Win32 support was added for basically everything except TCP tracing. Adaptive mode now detects and differentiates flag-based from stateful firewalls.
Release Notes: Features such as configurable payload length were added. Improvements were made to adaptive tracing and to UDP tracing. ToS support was added. Many enhancements were made to the WhoB client. Many bugfixes and optimizations were made.
Release Notes: This release adds full-featured UDP tracing support (in addition to TCP), Type of Service (ToS) support, improved performance/speed, an improved timings display with support for time zones, numerous firewall discovery improvements, support in the WhoB client for bulk input/output, new interaction options for Prefix WhoIs, Autoconf updates, and bugfixes in both LFT and WhoB.
Release Notes: Behavior that automatically selects the most appropriate interface based on routing was added along with dst/src port auto-selection based on user-supplied hostnames and source port randomization. OpenBSD, Darwin, and MacOS X compatibility was improved and the whois framework was significantly revamped and now supports RIPE RIS, Cymru, RADB, and Prefix WhoIs. ASNs are resolved in bulk format after completing a trace. WhoB, a new whois client for network engineers was introduced.
Release Notes: Various code cleanups were made. Improvements were made to verbose output, the Windows interface device selection support, and speed.