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Openfire

Openfire (formerly Wildfire) is a real-time collaboration (RTC) server. It uses the widely adopted open protocol for instant messaging, XMPP (also called Jabber). Support for other protocols like ICQ, AIM, gadu-gadu, IRC, MSN, Yahoo, qq, and SIP is included.

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  •  24 Jul 2011 15:11

    Release Notes: Released under the Apache v2.0 license. Improved "idle" connections. Improved caching. Bugfixes. A fix for a memory leak with Personal Eventing Protocol (PEP). Fixes for issues with self-signed SSL certificates. Improvements in Multi-User Chat (MUC). A new Jingle Nodes plugin. Updated translations.

    •  05 May 2009 05:43

      Release Notes: This release features a stronger RSA encryption algorithm for certificate creation, prevents users from changing other users' passwords, fixes handling of AltBaseDN for LdapGroups members, logs stack traces while initializing SSLConfig, and fixes a problem with DefaultAdminProvider not including a default admin account.

      •  10 Jan 2009 10:39

        Release Notes: Cross-site scripting attacks were fixed on several pages. An error in DefaultGroupProvide, certificate import, and the Flash cross domain handler were fixed.

        •  24 Nov 2008 18:17

          Release Notes: An IQ packet without the 'id' attribute could disconnect other users. Stream Compression has been re-added. A UTF-8 problem in HttpBindServlet has been fixed. The HTTPS port is once again working with HTTP Binding.

          •  15 Nov 2008 21:51

            Release Notes: A security flaw allowed authentication to be bypassed, allowing arbitrary code execution. This was fixed. JDBC and JID optimizations were done.

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