Release Notes: This release fixes a minor bug with Python 1.5.2 compatibility.
Release Notes: A regression introduced in 0.9.9.5 that prevented www mode from working correctly was fixed. Some of the packaging directives for the .rpm were updated to preserve the config file. The displayed copyright string was updated.
Release Notes: This release fixes a regression in SSL connections introduced in 0.9.9.4 and makes CONNECT style connections work properly. It also changes some socket options to allow the proxy to be immediately restarted after stopping without waiting for previous TCP connections to time out.
Release Notes: This release adds several contributed patches which add enhancements to the proxy-bypass mode, including support for CONNECT semantics and enhanced internal host discovery. Improvements have been made to the various packaging formats, including a "supported" release of a win32 installer.
Release Notes: This release adds several major enhancements. These include a new default User-Agent string to imitate IE6 on WinXP, support for authenticating to a list of Intranet hosts at the same time as doing upstream proxying, support for '#' character in passwords, support for hostnames in the FRIENDLY_IPS list, the addition of files to help downstream packagers for Win32 and RPM-based systems, and more bugfixes and miscellaneous cleanups. This release also adds new options to server.cfg.
Release Notes: The development version was re-released as being stable without any further changes.
Release Notes: This release fixes several major Python 1.5.2 incompatibilities that have come to light in recent releases. It is being considered as a Release Candidate for a stable 0.9.9 release.
Release Notes: This release fixed various bugs and a regression from the previous version, changed default values in the configuration to more optimal settings, and prevented ntlmaps from attempting to fail over in the case of only one upstream proxy.
Release Notes: This release adds support for failure detection and automatic failover between multiple upstream MS proxies, as well as a number of miscellaneous enhancements (e.g. no longer needing to be started out of its own directory), and some extra configuration items that should allow NTLMAPS to provide better support for heavily threaded download managers. It also fixes all bugs logged in the sourceforge tracker since the last release, and catches and gracefully handles some other exception conditions. This release contains a new server.cfg, so you will need to migrate your existing settings.
Release Notes: Fixed several bugs, including one that had prevented MSN Messenger from working. Added the ability to use arbitrary host names in authentication, and implemented NTLM to Basic translation.