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.
Release Notes: This release adds a Python binding (which is significantly faster than other Python SNMP implementations), better portability, and better MIB support for a number of tables.
Release Notes: Build fixes. Proper VACM return codes. snmpusm can directly use localized keys. 64-bit fixes, memory fixes, and many other miscellaneous fixes. Perl modules are uploaded to CPAN. MIB updates. DESTDIR install path support. Many improvements to the testing suite.
Release Notes: The shared library version number no longer matches the release number. snmptrapd will no longer accept all traps by default. It must be configured with authorized SNMPv1/v2c community strings and/or SNMPv3 users. Non-authorized traps/informs will be dropped, --disable-set-support, notification logging and filtering in the agent, and many other changes.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes were made. Some significant improvements were made to the Windows port, and agentx works on Windows again. Improvements were made to the test suite to test against other transports (such as TCP, Unix socket, IPv6 UDP/TCP). Solaris support for the PKCS#11 library was added as an alternative to OpenSSL for crypto support.
Release Notes: This release adds linkUp/Down traps, general notifications from monitoring events, speed improvements, new MIBs, more agent APIs, trap forwarding, better mib2c support (prompting you for information interactively), and many build environment improvements.