Release Notes: Download/upload throttling and SSL support were added. *BSD support was improved, and many smaller bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: A fix for a bug that was causing truncation of FTP uploads in passive mode.
Release Notes: This version adds support for *BSD and other OSes which use ipfilter. Files downloaded through frox may now be transparently scanned for viruses (via an external program). Config file options can now be specified on a per-host basis. There are new options for running frox from inetd and for limiting connections by IP.
Release Notes: This release contains a fix for a buffer overflow bug which potentially allows a hostile FTP server to execute arbitrary code as the user that frox runs as. Installations are only vulnerable if they are using the local caching module.
Release Notes: Some conditions that could cause main program termination were fixed. A fix for caching where absolute pathnames are given was made. Linux kernel 2.0.x support was added.
Release Notes: Logging altered to log IP numbers as well as DNS name. Compilation fix for local caching on big-endian architectures. Broken file retrieval with ascii mode downloads and caching fixed. Non-transparent proxy connections now default to port 21 if no port is given.
Release Notes: Access control lists have been added. Caching has been reworked, so that files can now either be cached through squid as before, or on the local file system. Some more documentation has been added, and many of the code internals have been cleaned up.
Release Notes: New additions include optional transparent proxying of data streams, active-->passive conversion, more control over data ports used, and non-transparent proxy support. The dependency on wget for caching code was removed. Major internal code cleanups were made, as well as some small bug fixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes support for Linux kernel 2.4, and an intermittent problem with file truncation.