Release Notes: This release fixes a DoS vulnerability.
Release Notes: A --nodetach flag for operation from init has been added, as well as support for graceful shutdown on SIGTERM/SIGINT, and the use of TCP_NODELAY and sendfile() for efficiency. This release also contains some minor security and bug fixes.
Release Notes: A sample Red Hat init script, man page, and FAQ, and most server runtime errors are non-fatal.
Release Notes: A glob() denial-of-service fix, random port sequencing, compile fixes for some systems, and a couple of minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is Yet Another Debian Compile Release. It also fixes a bug in passive transfers and uses the RFC 959 default data port for transfer if it's not otherwise specified.
Release Notes: Ability to specify interface, port, and maximum connections on startup, and several denial-of-service attacks are prevented.
Release Notes: This release adds IPv6 support (including EPSV, which is useful for IPv4 clients behind a firewall), random port selection to prevent hijacking, and several bugfixes.
Release Notes: Sends README file on connect or directory change, support for file resumes via the REST command, a changed thread model (now supports up to 250 clients on Linux), and lots of tiny bugfixes.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and code improvements, and a Solaris port.
Release Notes: First public release.