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  •  10 Mar 2014 01:58

Release Notes: This version contains fixes for most of the bugs and porting issues reported or found in more than two years,

  •  29 Jan 2014 00:34

Release Notes: This release fixes a security issue: the socats PROXY-CONNECT address was vulnerable to a buffer overflow with data provided on the command line (CVE-2014-0019).

  •  26 May 2013 20:58

Release Notes: This release fixes a security issue: Under certain circumstances, an FD leak occurs and may be misused for denial-of-service attacks against socat running in server mode (CVE-2013-3571)

  •  20 May 2012 18:21

Release Notes: Fixes a possible heap buffer overflow in the readline address.

Release Notes: This release allows tun/tap interfaces without IP addresses and introduces the options openssl-compress and max-children. It fixes 18 bugs and has 11 changes for improved platform support, especially Mac OS X Lion, DragonFly, and Android.

  •  02 Aug 2010 02:25

Release Notes: A stack overflow vulnerability has been fixed that could be triggered when command line arguments were longer than 512 bytes.

  •  10 Jan 2010 22:27

Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs: building on RedHat systems, OpenSSL "nonblock" failure, Debian bug 531078 (SIGCHLD), 64-bit issues, and some minor bugs.

  •  07 May 2009 21:06

Release Notes: This release fixes a couple of bugs, some of which could crash socat under some circumstances.

  •  04 Apr 2009 00:39

    Release Notes: This beta release contains all features and bugfixes of 1.7.1.0 and 2.0.0-b2, and adds the ability to integrate external programs and scripts into address chains.

    •  02 Apr 2009 21:35

      Release Notes: This version provides a few new address options to better control its closing behavior.

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