Projects / tnftpd / Releases / Stable

RSS All releases tagged Stable

  •  09 Oct 2008 04:41

Release Notes: Portability improvements.

  •  29 Sep 2008 02:03

Release Notes: This release will not split large commands into multiple commands; it will just fail on them. This prevents cross-site request forgery (CSRF)-like attacks, when a Web browser is used to access an FTP server. The option -C has been enhanced to support an optional @host ('-C user[@host]'): thsi checks whether the specified user connecting from the specified host would be granted access by ftpusers(5). IPv6 is supported in the host directive of ftpusers(5).

Release Notes: This release enables PAM support and improves portability.

  •  17 Dec 2006 21:25

Release Notes: A buffer overflow in the local version of glob(3) has been fixed. The option -D has been added to run as a stand-alone daemon. The ftpd.conf(5) options hidesymlinks and recvbufsize have been added. This release enforces account expiration, and supports shadow password aging where appropriate. It returns 450 instead of 550 upon NLST errors. There are portability fixes and improvements.

  •  17 Aug 2004 17:12

Release Notes: This release fixes signal races in the parser and portability to BSD/OS 3.0.

  •  17 Dec 2003 18:37

Release Notes: This release updates the replacement fts(3) code with a fix for a potential race condition. It improves portability to Tru64, IRIX, and other LP64 platforms.

  •  10 Dec 2003 06:28

Release Notes: Portability fixes were made for Darwin, FreeBSD, and Tru64. The license was updated.

Release Notes: The program was renamed from lukemftpd to tnftpd. Some performance and DoS prevention enhancements were made. Portability fixes were made.

  •  27 Sep 2002 05:02

Release Notes: This release includes S/Key support, and includes a code cleanup.

Release Notes: Initial public release.

Screenshot

Project Spotlight

Ada Server Faces

An Ada Web framework that follows Java Server Faces.

Screenshot

Project Spotlight

JSON-delta

A diff/patch library for JSON-serialized data structures.