Release Notes: This release fixed a critical bug that caused a segmentation fault if any errors were encountered, and included a new TCP connect() scan.
Release Notes: Updated documentation, many usability updates including a new way to pass options and a plugin listing, and some major bugfixes. Updating is recommended.
Release Notes: Major updates were made, including new plugins, better documentation, logging to syslog, and working input/output plugins. You can now compile plugins from outside the sonar source-tree, making it easier to start your own plugin projects after sonar is already installed. Results are now reported in a general format that output plugins can recognize and parse however they want. Fixes for a gcc 2.95 compile bug were included.
Release Notes: A massive codebase update was made. A better framework was added. Plugins now have a separate error handler. config_aux_dir was changed to admin. Unneeded files were removed. The project was libtool-ized. All plugins are now libtool libraries. The plugin directory is no longer hardcoded. Many other changes were made.
Release Notes: This release has major upgrades: tweak indentation fixes, a new man page, a complete overhaul of the Makefiles, and revamping of the option parsing system. Upgrading is recommended.
Release Notes: This version switches over to using popt for cleaner options parsing, and updates the plugin API.
Release Notes: ACK Scan is now threaded, ranges are handled better, debugging code has been added, and the documentation now builds correctly.
Release Notes: This version adds threaded ICMP scanning, randomizing of the order of the hosts (via the command line switch -pr), and updated documentation.
Release Notes: Fixes were made for some really big and annoying bugs (endless loops, ranges not working, and crashes). This version is more stable than the previous ones.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few annoying bugs. It should still compile on Solaris; if not, check the project page's helpdesk for a Solaris patch soon. Also, the ICMP scan has been made more versatile. It now allows you to choose an ICMP type (echo by default) and an ICMP code (0 by default). Upgrading is recommended.