Release Notes: Three security problems have been fixed. Many small interface changes were made. RTP streams can now be saved to a file.
Release Notes: Please note the next release will not be 1.0. There are still more features to be added before a 1.0 release will be ready. Plugin search behavior was improved under Unix, allowing more than one version of Ethereal to be installed at one time. The statistics graphs have been enhanced. More statistics have been added.
Release Notes: Serious problems with the BGP, LMP, PPP, and TDS dissectors have been discovered. The TAP subsystem received major updates, more updates have been added to TCP analysis, and the look of the plugins dialog was revamped.
Release Notes: In order to improve the out-of-box responsiveness of Ethereal and Tethereal, network name resolution has been disabled by default. TCP analysis (a feature added in the 0.9.6 release) was improved. The NCP code base received quite a few updates. Initial support for version 2 of the GTK+ library was added. RPC staticstics (which use the new Tap API) were added. Due to added and updated support for the NTLM, SNEGO, and GSS-API protocols, Ethereal can now dissect most of the security blobs for Windows 2000 authentication.
Release Notes: A buffer overflow in the ISIS dissector has been fixed. TCP sequence number analysis has been added.
Release Notes: This version fixes several potential security problems revealed since the release of 0.9.4. See the security advisory at http://www.ethereal.com/appnotes/enpa-sa-00005.html for more details. The ability to read packet data from a pipe was enhanced. Printing under Windows now works.
Release Notes: This version fixes potential security problems revealed since the release of 0.9.3. It includes a brand new NetWare Core Protocol dissector. A lot of code cleanup work was done in this release. In particular, many unused variables and code were removed.
Release Notes: Fixes for problems revealed by the PROTOS test suite, and addressing all of the security advisories listed at http://www.ethereal.com/appnotes/#security.
Release Notes: This version fixes problems in the SNMP and LDAP dissectors revealed by the PROTOS test suite. The SCTP checksum code for CRC32C was updated to match the new (version 3) draft specification. Additionally, the layout of the capture dialog was vastly improved. NCP type 0x2222 packet type support was added to the randpkt utility, and a script to recreate packets from core dumps (pkt-from-core.py) was added to the source distribution.
Release Notes: Program preferences have been expanded to include capture, name resolution, and window geometry settings. It is possible to search for all fields in GIOP messages. You can build display filters on the fly by right-clicking on tree view items. Additionally, protocol hierarchy statistics display and MacOS X capture timeout bugs have been fixed.