Release Notes: While the previous release introduced a large amount of changes, this one focuses on stability, UI, and model export towards Wireshark and Peach Fuzzer. Thanks to the new plugin mechanism, that was introduced in the previous release, some great features such as Wireshark and Peach exporters are now available as plugins, allowing you to dissect and fuzz proprietary protocols with well-known tools. It also added some new dialogs for configuring the workspace and projects, and to manage imported traces.
Release Notes: This release supports GTK+3 and greatly enhances the GUI. It provides new functions for vocabulary inference and allows better modelization of protocols. Plugins are now supported (especially for Importers, Capturers, and Exporters). Other changes include vocabulary inference, support for layers, customized transformation functions, IPv4, MAC, and random binary variables, and filters for displayed messages, exportation of a selection of fields as a new symbol, an importer for OSpy projects, and user-specified import layers (2, 3, or 4).
Release Notes: This release, codenamed "Flying Razorback", greatly enhances partitioning performance and offers many useful features, including a new visualization layer, a new search engine, more data manipulation functions, and import/export of projects and traces. In addition to Debian and Gentoo packages, a Windows installer is now available.
Release Notes: This release includes some major changes since the first and latest stable release (0.3.1). It offers better stability and quality while providing multiple major enhancements. Starting from this release, a Gentoo ebuild is available.