Release Notes: A denial of service attack vector was discovered in the Linux implementation of the ICMP-MIB. This release fixes this bug, and all users are encouraged to update their SNMP agent if they make use of the ICMP-MIB table objects.
Release Notes: This is entirely a bugfix release, with many changes and improvements across the board.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release to update a few issues. It fixes the mib-parsing bug introduced in 5.7, fixes error rounding in disk percentage calculations, and adds better support for OpenBSD.
Release Notes: Significant features and fixes: better support for smaller environments, ping and traceroute MIB implementations for Linux, scheduled/periodic delivery of data via notifications, better multi-homed IP address support, SNMP over DTLS over IPv6, an snmpwalk per-variable timer, improved SNMP over SSH support, the ability to build without USM, DNSSEC validation of hostnames, improved unit tests, and many more.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes, including fixing support for VACM persistent storage and requests through AgentX with multiple varbinds.
Release Notes: This release provides many new features including SNMP over DTLS and TLS, TSM, host-based configuration files, include statements in config files, an agentxtrap CLI command, a modular transport subsystem, a stripped-down OpenSSL version for minimal binaries, and many other features and bugfixes.
Release Notes: A bug (CVE-2008-4309) in the getbulk handling within the agent code could let anyone with even minimal access crash the agent. This has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes the annoying "duplicate registration" warning. It adds SCTP-MIB for Linux, upgrades libtool, and fixes multiple miscellaneous bugs.
Release Notes: An issue has arisen with the SNMPv3 code that implements the authentication within SNMPv3. It affects all released versions of both UCD-SNMP and Net-SNMP, and the project has just released multiple versions of the code base to support easy upgrades/fixes for its users.
Release Notes: A large number of bugfixes, an updated libtool, and various operating system improvements.