Release Notes: Various build fixes were applied. Implicit SSL support was added. The ASCII download support now matches ProFTPd. A couple of interoperability problems with broken clients were fixed. SSL session reuse is now required by default to close a loophole in the FTP protocol. Some log messages were tidied up. Files are now locked properly for upload, fixing corruption with simultaneous uploads. Memory limits per-process are now applied. STOU was fixed to use the original filename where possible.
Release Notes: SSL interoperability with FileZilla was fixed. Some build errors introduced in 2.0.6 were corrected. A race causing PASV connection drops under extreme load was fixed. Options to more aggressively check proper SSL data transfer were added, but, unfortunately, buggy clients mean it is not on by default. The option to delete failed uploads was added.
Release Notes: STOU support was fixed. Bugs in the xferlog format were fixed. OPTS UTF-8 ON is now recognized, but nothing is done with it. Firefox's attempts to RETR directories no longer appear as download attempts in the log. There were other minor fixes and tweaks. SSL support was enhanced; it is now possible to insist that FTP clients send client certs, which in turn enhances the data connection security.
Release Notes: The build on Solaris was fixed. OpenBSD and GCC4 build warnings were fixed. Configurable limits and delays on login attempts were added. Chained SSL certs are now loaded properly. Fixes for IE were applied: IE now shows the FTP login dialog again. Problems with DMAPI filesystems were fixed. The FEAT response now reflects current configuration.
Release Notes: File locking of uploads was added to prevent downloads of partial uploads. Optional DNS resolution of pasv_address was added. Timezone issues with newer glibc versions were fixed. MDTM on non-existent files was fixed.
Release Notes: Further fixes have been made to ensure the SSL data connection timeout no longer fires incorrectly, but does fire when it is supposed to. Data transfers on recent OpenBSD versions have been fixed. PORT transfers on IPv4-over-IPv6 connections have been fixed. IPv4 connections are now supported in EPRT. Timed-out SSL sessions no longer linger until the client disconnects.
Release Notes: A nasty SSL data connection dropping bug was fixed. The bandwidth limiter now works with SSL data connections. Session failures on systems where bandwidth limiting is in use and the clock goes backwards were fixed. ASCII uploads now use the same carriage return stripping algorithm as other FTP servers.
Release Notes: Many build fixes have been applied (RHEL3, Fedora Core 2, FreeBSD, and OpenBSD). An empty password string no longer terminates a user's session.
Release Notes: Support for SSL encrypted logins, commands, and data has been added. More FTP events are now logged (such as deletes). Support for paths such as ~ has been added to work around broken FTP clients. MDTM may now be used to set timestamps. Many other small fixes have been applied. GPG signatures are now supplied for this and future releases.
Release Notes: A nasty bug has been fixed that could result in a hang or crash of the built-in listener under high connect / disconnect load. Files larger than 2 Gb now transfer properly on Solaris. Experimental support has been added for running as a user other than root.