Release Notes: Removes support for request monitoring and adds support for CGI statistics by the Hiawatha Monitor.
Release Notes: This version brings support for elliptic curve cryptography and improved support for forward security.
Release Notes: This release adds only small changes, but is worth the upgrade.
Release Notes: This release has an answer to the BEAST attack and the recently discovered RC4 problem. It also offers protection against uploaded malware.
Release Notes: Connections are now handled via a thread pool instead of creating them upon a new connection, and the URL Toolkit has been improved.
Release Notes: New in this version is caching for the reverse proxy functionality. PolarSSL has been upgraded to 1.2.5 to prevent the latest SSL attacks.
Release Notes: This release adds support for HTTP Strict Transport Security (RFC 6797). PolarSSL has been updated to the latest release, and a bug in the Reverse Proxy, which could lead to slow data transfers, has been fixed. The php-fcgi tool, which was marked deprecated in 8.6, has been removed. Use PHP's FPM instead.
Release Notes: The PolarSSL library has been upgraded to v1.2, which gives Hiawatha support for TLS1.1, TLS1.2, and Server Name Indication.
Release Notes: The most important change in this release is a bugfix. Hiawatha could crash in case of a high amount of simultaneous connections due to the usage of select(). This function has been replaced with poll(). Other changes are that Hiawatha now returns 403 instead of 401 when a user enters a correct password for HTTP authentication but he/she is not in the right group, and the error messages have been restyled.
Release Notes: This release contains some bugfixes and improvements.