Release Notes: This release fixes a security hole that would allow a remote attacker to view any file on the system, adds an LDAP Client module for setting up a Linux system to get users and groups from an LDAP server, and adds support for sending email when a group is over quota to the Disk Quotas module.
Release Notes: Fixes a possibly remotely exploitable security hole caused by a bug in Perl. Multiple DNS records and cron jobs can now be deleted at once. Apache define variables are automatically detected on Red Hat, SuSE, and Mandrake Linux. The Dovecot module supports version 1.0. The File Manager module can search for files by their content, and preview images. Options have been added to the Sendmail module for controlling the order in which the mail queue is flushed.
Release Notes: A serious security problem that allowed unauthenticated remote access to Webmin was fixed. Support for find and replace and goto line were added to the File Manager module's editor. Init scripts created by Webmin on Linux now start in runlevels 2, 3, and 5, instead of just the current runlevel. A bug that caused problems when logging in on Mac OS X and stopped Java applets from working under IE was fixed. An ACL option was added in the Sendmail module to control which domains can be seen in the mail queue. A mode was added in the Webmin Servers Index to prompt for a logging when connecting to a server.
Release Notes: Fixed a serious security hole that allowed a remote attacker to log in to Webmin as any user. A new Security Sentries module for configuring portsentry, hostsentry, and logcheck was added, as well as support for editing EXT2/3 file attributes with the File Manager. The Cluster Software Packages module can now transfer large packages much faster to remote servers also running Webmin 0.970, and the Network Configuration module now supports SuSE 8.0.