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Proxytunnel 1.7.0 released

A new release of proxytunnel has seen the light, it includes some bug-fixes and new features. It's recommended to update to this release, especially when you're interested in the SSL functions

Changelog:
Changes to proxytunnel version 1.7.0 -- Sun Feb 25 17:45:38 CET 2007

- Allow multiple '-H' options (headers), total size of the headers
should not exceed 1k.
- Reworked setproctitle calls, giving an argument to -x should now
really hide all traces of the original name, not only the arguments
Also remove argument-info on normal (without -x) runs.
- Suggested changes (From Dag Wieers) to install-target applied
- Change debug-output line-endings
- Change error message on 'connection closed' in analyze_HTTP
- Reworked debug-output (dag-)
- Signal handling (dag-)
- Applied (reworked) changes from Mark Cave-Ayland to support -E option
encrypting data to the proxy with SSL... read more

Posted by Mark Janssen 2007-02-25

Proxytunnel 1.6.0 released

After a long wait, and a 3 week long testing cycle it is finally released, Proxytunnel 1.6.0

Changes in this release include:
- Replaced -g/-G (proxy host and port) with -p proxy:post shorthand
- Replaced -d/-D (dest host and port) with -d host:post shorthand
- Dropped -n option (dottedquad)
- Small change to make compiler on tandem/hp-nonstop happy
by Roberto Veldhoven
- Small change to work around broken proxies by Stephane Engel
- Changed client_len from size_t to socklen_t (64bit required)
- Makefile vars now no longer override environment versions
- Cleaned up the output, in quiet mode there are now no messages, in
normal mode a lot less (unless verbose is on)
- Added proxy-bouncing support, courtesy of Dag Wieers, authentication
only works on the FIRST proxy, not on a second proxy !!
- Added SSL encryption to the data-layer to fool proxies that do deep-
packet inspection, by: Alex Peuchert proxytunnel@peuchert.de
- Added -x/--proctitle option, to hide/obfuscate the proxytunnel
command-line in process-listings.

Posted by Mark Janssen 2006-02-21

New release, call for testing

The new proxytunnel 1.6 release is ready and we are looking for people to provide some feedback before we do a 'real' release. Please try the new version (from cvs) and provide feedback to the mailinglist.

The list of new features:
- Replaced -g/-G (proxy host and port) with -p proxy:post shorthand
- Replaced -d/-D (dest host and port) with -d host:post shorthand
- Dropped -n option (dottedquad)
- Small change to make compiler on tandem/hp-nonstop happy
by Roberto Veldhoven
- Small change to work around broken proxies by Stephane Engel
- Changed client_len from size_t to socklen_t (64bit required)
- Makefile vars now no longer override environment versions
- Added proxy-bouncing support, courtesy of Dag Wieers, authentication
only works on the FIRST proxy, not on a second proxy !!
- Added SSL encryption to the data-layer to fool proxies that do deep-
packet inspection, by: Alex Peuchert proxytunnel@peuchert.de
- Added -x/--proctitle option, to hide/obfuscate the proxytunnel
command-line in process-listings. This code is disabled by default
But can be enabled by uncommenting the define in the Makefile.
Please test this code on systems available to you :)
- If you specify a username, but not a password, query the user for
the password at runtime.
- Removed md[45].[ch] and use functions from openssl
- Allow overriding of NTLM 'DOMAIN', using -t
- Included version-2 of the NTLM patch by Paul Solomon

Posted by Mark Janssen 2006-02-07

Version 1.0.6

Version 1.0.6 was released today. It includes
patches from several contributors, and now
should compile on Solaris.
It also includes a patch to work around possible problems when using a Dynamic DNS host and a caching DNS server on the proxyserver.

Posted by Mark Janssen 2001-11-22

New version, Inetd support

The new version is uploaded to CVS today (2001/11/19) and you can also find it on the webpage. We'll try to add it to the 'files' section a.s.a.p.

Posted by Mark Janssen 2001-11-19