Release Notes: This release adds digest authentication. It also features several bugfixes and minor enhancements.
Release Notes: This release offers greatly improved timeout handling, support for SSL certificates and several minor enhancements. It fixes a problem on some systems where the final statistics are not displayed.
Release Notes: This release adds HTTPS through a proxy server. It provides new run-time options to assign an alternative resource file (-R) and to get and display HTTP requests and headers (-g). It adds support for Windows on Cygwin version 1.5 and later.
Release Notes: This release adds improved compliance with HTTP/1.1, including chunked encoding and proper compliance with Basic Authentication challenges. Variable evaluation was added in both the urls.txt file and the .siegerc file. Binary data can now be posted to a Web server. Several performance enhancements were included, and some code consolidation was done.
Release Notes: This release introduces support for chunked data transfer encoding, implements persistent connections as per RFC2616, corrects a problem with cookie expirations, and fixes a race condition with random number generation.
Release Notes: This release adds cookie expirations and the ability to expire sessions with each pass through the urls.txt file. It also includes several performance enhancements and some code consolidation. It fixes a hang problem on HP-UX and a compilation problem on Solaris.
Release Notes: This release adds cookie expiration and the option to refresh your session with every pass through the URLs file. It also adds improved handling of HTTP redirects and fixes a configuration problem with OpenSSL libraries.
Release Notes: This release lowers application overhead by consuming up to 50% less CPU on some platforms. It also fixes a bug with regard to the SSL libraries in which siege would crash randomly while using the HTTPS protocol.
Release Notes: This release allows the user to define a log file in the .siegerc file with a directive such as "logfile = /path/to/file".
Release Notes: This release adds HTTP redirects and several minor bugfixes and feature enhancements.