Release Notes: This release adds a minor fix to self-tests.
Release Notes: This release adds systemd support for servers. It falls back to /var/run for a PID file if /run does not exist. It moves client data files from /usr/lib/mandos to whatever the architecture specifies, like /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/mandos or /usr/lib64/mandos.
Release Notes: A GnuTLS connection problem was finally fixed. A key generation bug that caused bad keys to be generated was also fixed.
Release Notes: All client, and mandos-ctl, options for time intervals now also take an RFC 3339 duration. The default key type and length are now RSA and 4096 bit. Bugfixes: handles fast checkers (like ":") correctly. Doesn't print output from checkers when running in the foreground. Handles when a client is removed from clients.conf but saved settings remain. mandos-monitor now displays standout (reverse video). Boolean options work from the config file again. --no-ipv6 works again. The new default GnuTLS priority string is slightly more compatible with older versions of GnuTLS. A bashism in mandos-keygen has been fixed.
Release Notes: The client now uses all available interfaces, not just the first usable one. The server takes a new "--foreground" option.
Release Notes: The server now has a --socket option.
Release Notes: Bugfixes (some for regression bugs) for the server and related utilities.
Release Notes: The D-Bus property se.recompile.Client.LastCheckerStatus has been added to Server and is used in mandos-monitor to fix a display logic bug. Client bugs in the example "bridge" network hook have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release removes the recently added D-Bus signal "se.recompile.Mandos.NewRequest"; its implementation was buggy and its utility questionable.
Release Notes: This version includes the intro(8mandos) manual page, which was missing since the migration from the README file in version 1.4.0.