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.
Release Notes: This version brings lockfile support (at the application and address level), the readbytes option, retry for unix-sockets, and better cleanup after work.
Release Notes: This release adds a connect-timeout option, support for DSA certificates, and some minor corrections.
Release Notes: The wait-slave option is provided for better pty handling. Some options that are specific to BSD, HP-UX, and Tru64 are supported. Improvements and some minor corrections were made to the filan utility.
Release Notes: A new mode allows you to directly connect an executed program to the other side of the relay. Files greated 2GB are now supported. A new output style of the filan FD analyzer makes it well suited for use in shell scripts. A couple of minor improvements and corrections have been made.
Release Notes: This release adds libwrap (TCP wrappers) integration, weak authentication based on a "low" port number, and several minor improvements and bugfixes, including an attempt to solve the zombie problem.
Release Notes: This release performs better option checks, applies some previously forgotten options to SOCKS4 addresses, and tries to shut down sockets more gracefully. The fork option with UDP-LISTEN addresses now works, thus enhancing possibilities for UDP-based daemons.
Release Notes: In verbose mode, the correct prefix is printed, and nonprintable characters are escaped. SIGABRT is no longer caught to avoid endless recursion. In debug mode, command line arguments are now printed to make it easier to troubleshoot shell scripts.
Release Notes: pty for child processes can be controlling, thus enhancing possibilities to automate ssh connections, and a partial port to MacOS X.