Release Notes: This release adds an option to log arbitrary request and response headers. Now unprintable characters are logged encoded to prevent exploits or log-escape attacks. A bug where a TCP connection could be logged twice if the 'logasap' option was set without 'tcplog'. Now the Solaris build does not need -DSOLARIS anymore. RPM sources and binaries are now provided for RHEL3/i386. Several contribution patches have been published on the home page.
Release Notes: This version added a new command-line parameter for checking the config file without starting the daemon, the ability to block responses from servers based on header matching, a single line option to disable HTTP keep-alive without having to resort to four regexes, an option to log as soon as the session establishes, and an option to block a response if it contained a 'set-cookie' field and was cacheable. A Red Hat spec and init scripts was included in this release, although no RPM is available yet.
Release Notes: A problem has been fixed where the HTTP health check code assumed that the request was still of fixed length, which is obviously wrong since it became configurable. This could make HTTP health checks fail on non-default configurations.
Release Notes: This release fixes a severe bug in which breaks almost all POST requests.
Release Notes: This release adds a "tcplog" option which provides more verbose logs in TCP mode than the default one. The documentation has been extended with a few log examples. A fix has been made for a misreported error which occurred if a client expired before the connection to the server was established.
Release Notes: English documentation, PCRE support, multiple bindings and port ranges forwarding, configurable HTTP health checks, flags in logs to tell who terminated the session and in what state, an RFC compliance fix revealed by JVM 1.4, three new scripts to format debug output, default parameters, a Formilux init script, a few bugs fixed, and a slight binary size reduction due to careful code cleanup.