Release Notes: This release fixes a number of minor bugs. In addition, tsocks now intercepts the close() call, greatly improving compatibility with applications that use non blocking sockets. (Squid now reportedly works.)
Release Notes: A number of bugfixes and enhancements prompted by the bug list for the debian package (in particular, it is possible to use an environment variable to override the location of the configuration file and the tsocks shell script has been added to simplify using the tsocks library to socksify applications).
Release Notes: This is a major new release in which much of tsocks has been rewritten. Several bugfixes are included along with enhanced debugging support and support for nonblocking sockets which should make some applications much more responsive and others work correctly.
Release Notes: This release contains a number of bug and documentation fixes, and the ability to specify which SOCKS server to use based on the destination port (which is very useful for multiple SOCKS servers connected to fast and slow links).
Release Notes: This release includes Red Hat 7.x support, greatly advanced configuration options, various performance improvements, and a lot of other changes.
Release Notes: This release includes support for late resolution of socks servers (allows DNS load balancing), a validateconf utility to verify configuration file parameters, a more advanced configuration syntax allowing multiple SOCKS servers, and greatly improved documentation.
Release Notes: Fixes for compilation issues on Red Hat 7, ability to specify SOCKS servers as hostnames, automated configuration using the GNU autoconf suite, and corrections for return code and errno issues.
Release Notes: Experimental support for SOCKS version 5 has been provided. The core dump issues with invalid configuration files has been fixed, along with Solaris support, localhost issues, and the documentation. Inspectsocks has been provided to determine the server version, and fix bad return codes.
Release Notes: Fixes were made for bugs with setting socket options, and for problems with unresolved symbols. Support was added for forcing all applications to use TCP DNS so it can be transparently proxied.
Release Notes: Fixes to compile on Solaris 2.6, 2.7, and 2.8, and fixes for makefile problems.