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  •  14 Feb 2010 22:12

    Release Notes: Tool 161 (SNMP Trap) used a timestamp of type Integer instead of TimeTicks.

    •  20 Dec 2009 00:24

      Release Notes: The licence was changed from GPLv2 to GPLv3. A memory leak when decoding DNS packets was corrected. Tool 223 was added to forward an email. gcc 4.3 warnings about unused functions are suppressed.

      •  06 Oct 2006 14:38

      Release Notes: In the Web spider, the local URL algorithm was rewritten. Tool 222 was created to suppress local URIs in an HTML file.

      •  06 Apr 2006 07:13

      Release Notes: Support for Tru64 Unix was added.

      •  21 Dec 2005 04:21

      Release Notes: MD2, RIPEMD-* and SHA-* cryptographic hash functions were implemented. The new tool 219 computes the cryptographic hash of a file. Modules have been moved into sub-directories.

      •  25 Nov 2005 01:20

      Release Notes: A new tool implements a SMB/CIFS server. In tool 19, the range check was incorrect. The netwox_mime_hdrencode() function did not correctly encode some characters.

      •  13 Oct 2005 07:26

      Release Notes: Bad default values for the netbiosname parameter in SMB clients were fixed. SMB clients no longer use Unicode/NT error before it has been negotiated. The Web spider no longer tries to convert special attributes to URIs. An error in the traceroute tools that caused an error to be displayed after sending the last hop packet was fixed. The TCP/UDP performance tools now display better error messages.

      •  06 Jan 2005 11:00

      Release Notes: The SMB share enumeration packet was not decoded if the number of available shares was less than announced. The new 210 tool is a Web spider limited to the requested directory. The new 211 tool converts a Web spidered filename to its URL. The new 212 tool indicates where a Web spider stored a URL. Traceroute tools have a new parameter --resolve to resolve hostnames.

      •  01 Dec 2004 11:28

      Release Notes: Windows file sharing protocol (SMB/CIFS) is implemented, and eleven tools permit you to access shares from any Unix system. Using the command line, user can list shares, manage directories and files, and download and upload trees.

      •  26 Oct 2004 06:30

      Release Notes: A bug concerning the suppression of fragments in URLs was fixed. Tool 185 can now be used like a load balancer.

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