Release Notes: This release fixes four security holes in 0.62 and earlier releases: vuln-modmul, vuln-signature-stringlen, vuln-bignum-division-by-zero, and private-key-not-wiped. Other than that, there are mostly bugfixes from 0.62 and a few small features.
Release Notes: Passwords are no longer retained in memory by mistake. PSCP and PSFTP now honor nonstandard port numbers in SSH saved sessions. Fixes were made for spurious "Access denied" messages on GSSAPI authentication failures, for a file handle leak in Pageant, for a crash when saving a session, for misplaced underlines, and for incorrect vertical offset of VT100 line drawing characters.
Release Notes: This release added support for Kerberos/GSSAPI authentication in SSH-2, the firstname.lastname@example.org SSH-2 compression method, OpenSSH AES-encrypted private key files in PuTTYgen, and compilation with GTK+ version 2. Crypto and flow control optimizations were made. Several minor bugs, some long-standing, were fixed.
Release Notes: Mostly bugfixes.
Release Notes: Arcfour support. Windows PuTTY feature updates. The Unix version now compiles with gcc 4. Various bugfixes.
Release Notes: PuTTY now supports IPv6, xterm 256-color control sequences, wildcards and recursive file transfer in PSFTP, and keepalives in all operating systems. A number of small bugs were fixed, security was improved for SSH2, and port forwarding can now be reconfigured mid-session.
Release Notes: Two security holes which could allow malicious SFTP servers to remotely execute arbitrary code on the client side were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a major security hole that allowed a server to attack before host key verification. It also includes a number of minor feature enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Security vulnerability CORE-2004-0705 has been fixed. There are SSH1 improvements. Random noise generation causing some computers to hang has been fixed. There is better dead key support. Terminal speed is now sent to the SSH server. X forwarding on the Unix port can now talk to Unix sockets as well as TCP sockets. Various crashes and assertion failures have been fixed.
Release Notes: Biggest change from 0.53: ported to Unix.