Release Notes: A root compromise bug was fixed. A va_start/va_end bug that crashed on ia64 was fixed. A strlen() segfault was fixed. A service checking bug that always allows cvs and always denies rdist and rsync was fixed. Other small code clean-up fixes were done. Many documentation updates and improvements were made.
Release Notes: This release fixes a design flaw in rssh_chroot_helper that allowed local users with full shell access to gain root privileges.
Release Notes: This release features support for using rssh with CVS, rdist, and rsync. A very minor security issue has also been fixed.
Release Notes: This release is functionally identical to the previous release. The only modifications made were to the build environment, to facilitate building packages. Official RPMs for Red Hat 8 and 9 are now available.
Release Notes: New per-user configuration options, and fixes for several previously undiscovered/unreported buglets.
Release Notes: The config file parser has been fixed so that quoted values (e.g. chrootpath="/usr/blah blah") now work. An associated problem parsing command line arguments with spaces has been fixed. The default shell options have been changed to allow only SCP if no config file is present, for better security.
Release Notes: The much-referred-to SECURITY file was added to the distribution, and references to the obsolete scpsh and sftpsh were removed from the README. strcmp in main.c was updated to use PATH_SCP rather than "scp". rssh_chroot_helper checks the number of arguments, and minor log modifications were made to support. Minor fixes were made in the CHROOT hints file, patches were added to configure.ac for compiling on non-Linux platforms, and umask() is called to set the configured umask.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in comparing the commandline to allowed commands. rssh now has a mailing list.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug which prevented the use of scp. Documentation has been added to INSTALL and CHROOT about compiling on Solaris and setting up proper chroot jails.
Release Notes: A new config file allows the system administrator to configure whether users are allowed to scp or sftp, what their umask value is, and whether or not to use a chroot jail.