Release Notes: This release fixes a security bug that appeared when the password field contained less than two characters (any password was accepted in this case).
Release Notes: File transfer performance has been improved, and lots of bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: Numerous changes.
Release Notes: Rekeying was implemented, experimental kerberos support was added, SIA-support for OSF/1 was re-added, and bug fixes were made.
Release Notes: Version 1.2.30 disallows access via unsupported ciphers. It doesn't hog syslog file handles anymore, while making sure scp's don't miss data at the ends of files. Kerberos "none" ticket has been fixed. The patch for BSD tty chown() bug has been merged. A RSAREF buffer overflow bug was fixed.
Release Notes: Lots of bugfixes, easier access control on the server end, full draft compatibility, interoperability with lsh and openssh without special kluges, updated cconfig scripts should allow compilation on more platforms (it even works on Mac OS X DP 4), showing hostkey fingerprints of previously unknown or changed hostkeys which allows easy checking of the hostkey via telephone, etc., and lots more.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes and draft incompatibility fixes, and a rewritten scp2 and sftp2 for more functionality and stability.
Release Notes: Lots of bugfixes, and features added since 2.0.12. This version should compile and run cleanly under newest version of linux and glibc without problems. <P><B>Note:</B> Version 1.2.27 has been released as well. A changelog is available <A HREF="http://www.geek-girl.com/bugtraq/1999_2/0476.html">here</A>.