Release Notes: This release fixes a potential buffer overflow in the select loop on some platforms. The Brazilian Portuguese localization was added.
Release Notes: Support for large (greater than 4GB) log files was added. Binaries linking was modified to run properly on Windows 9x/2000.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that prevented tcpreen from accepting more than one connection on Microsoft Windows.
Release Notes: This release include support for IPv6 on Windows, a compile fix for BSD, and some minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes a "password capture" logging format, Unix sockets support, preforking when running in the background, clean signal handling, and minor I/O multiplexing bugs. It fixes a major password capture related bug from 1.3.7, and provides support for HTTP basic authentication.
Release Notes: This release introduces a rewritten socket forwarding engine which fixes minor timing issues, fixes race conditions in signal handling, has support for cross-compilation with Mingw32 (Microsoft Windows) with major bugfixes for Microsoft Windows, and provides support for Internationalized Domain Names when built-in GNU libc.
Release Notes: Log files are now properly flushed to disk when tcpreen is killed by a signal. Various minor bugs and some compilation errors have been fixed. Two new log file formats have been introduced.
Release Notes: This release includes a new, more robust, server model, a rewrite of the log file format selection syntax, some bugfixes, and forward-ported security fixes from stable releases 1.2.3 and 1.2.4. There are still some minor known issues with IPv6 support in that version which will hopefully be fixed in 1.3.6.
Release Notes: Hostname lookup failures when the reverse DNS alias of a host was not valid or when using IPv6 were fixed.
Release Notes: TCPreen will now abort if SUDO_USER is invalid. UIDs are no longer accepted as unprivileged user names.