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  •  26 Mar 2011 16:43
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    Release Notes: The last modified column is now shown in the directory listing. A GiB measure was added in the directory listing. The Webdav module can send MIME-type and Content-Type. Several bugs were fixed. The reason phrase is sent in HTTP responses. Directory listing and PROFIND requests can be cached on disk. Large files can be supported. The program can be used with inetd or xinetd. The Webdav method MOVE is now faster on directories. Support for embedded authentication policy was added. Support for If-Range header was added. This release includes qweborf, a Qt GUI for simple file sharing. Directories can now be sent as tar.gz files.

    •  28 Jan 2011 15:10
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      Release Notes: This release fixes a DoS.

      •  27 Oct 2010 13:04
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        Release Notes: A DoS occurring on malformed HTTP requests was fixed. This change was backported from the trunk.

        •  27 Oct 2010 07:01
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          Release Notes: A directory traversal vulnerability was fixed.

          •  22 Jun 2010 14:50
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            Release Notes: This release fixes a DoS that occurred when wide characters were used in some headers.

            •  03 Jun 2010 21:26
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              Release Notes: This release fixes a DoS caused by malformed HTTP requests.

              •  29 May 2010 11:29
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                Release Notes: ETag headers are now sent only if the resource is static. A wrapper was added for CGI Python, which replaces the previous one. Support for custom CGI formats was added. A stub for webdav was added. Tamed buffers no longer affect subsequent connections on the same thread. Logging was enabled. The code can compile on OpenSolaris (though manual editing of the Makefile is needed). SIGUSR1 can be used to print internal status on stdout. A race-condition was resolved by refactoring. The content of directories is sorted when generating an HTML index. The unsafe sprintf was replaced with snprintf.

                •  26 Sep 2009 08:13
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                  Release Notes: Support for ETag, If-None-Match, and Last-Modified headers was added. Weborf will not re-send files that are cached by the browser. A bug where malformed range headers caused a segfault was fixed. Parsing of requests, sending of headers, and CGI were optimized. A connection header is now sent if an old client is using keep-alive. Sending of post data to cgi-bin was corrected. The REQUEST_URI header was fixed. CGI errors and warnings are no longer sent to the client. The number of system calls was reduced.

                  •  13 Sep 2009 11:23
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                    Release Notes: Support for cgi-php was added. Some possibilities of buffer overflow were fixed. The default head's buffer was enlarged, which is necessary for script generated headers. Support for listing index files was added. The list of index files can be changed in weborf.conf. Support for virtualhost was added. Binary data can now be read from a POST request. Support for a timeout was added. A manpage for weborf.conf was added. Authentication from a child process to a Unix socket was changed.

                    •  14 Mar 2009 13:01
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                      Release Notes: Make install installs weborf as a daemon executable by init. The ability to switch to compilation using IPv4 or IPv6. A memory leak has been fixed. This release can handle Firefox's post requests. A segmentation fault on post requests issued by squid has been fixed. This release handles pipelined and non-pipelined requests. There is a timeout for scripts (not auth scripts). The buffer for requests is now reset after every request. The speed of identifying requests has increased. This release can use scripts as normal files. Exit codes now have meanings.

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