Release Notes: Two major bugs were discovered in 3.2.10/220.127.116.11 which have been resolved in this version. The first bug is a remote crash issue if SSL support is enabled (NULL pointer dereference), and the second issue can also potentially lead to a crash (read-after-free). In addition to this, there have also been some other fixes in the areas of server linking and flood hardening. All 3.2.10 and 18.104.22.168 users should upgrade in the next few weeks, especially if you have SSL/TLS support enabled.
Release Notes: This release contains quite a number of new features, and a couple of minor bugs have been fixed. The socket engine has been improved. CAP and SASL support have been added, as well as away and account notification for clients that support it. The server now has server-side MLOCK support, a new oper mode to hide idle time, a method to authenticate against the SHA256 fingerprint of SSL certificates, and more.
Release Notes: This release comes with 212 changes, more than all previous three releases combined. Along with the usual number of bugfixes, there are numerous new features, including the new extban types ~j and ~R, stacked extbans, and extended invex support. STARTTLS support has been added, and both server linking and remote includes have been improved to be more robust. There have also been some behavior changes, such as with channel mode +z/+Z.
Release Notes: A security issue was found (ircd crash) if allow::options::noident is used. There's no need to upgrade if you are not using this feature.
Release Notes: This release fixes some major bugs and adds some important workarounds such as slow spamfilter detection (and removal), detection of time shifts, and improved Mac OS X support. Several minor bugs were also fixed, such as in CGI:IRC, IPv6, CHROOTDIR, and more. The new features include WATCH away notification and UHNAMES support.
Release Notes: This release comes with over 80 changes. Many small bugs have been fixed, and a couple of major bugs as well. No new major features were added. It is recommended for everyone to upgrade.
Release Notes: This release includes a few important bugfixes and comes with several new features, including CGI:IRC host spoofing, time synchronization, NAMESX, and more. This is a recommended upgrade.
Release Notes: A new spamfilter target, "warm", was added. The following character sets are now supported for nicks: Danish, Belarussian-w1251, and Ukrainian-w1251. More translations and bugfixes were added. Problems concerning gcc4 were fixed.
Release Notes: Fixes were made and many new features were added, including remote includes, better TLS support, and a new configuration file format.
Release Notes: This version includes numerous changes to the remote include system, spamfilter fixes, and other fixes. Also, a couple of new changes were made to the spamfilter system to make it more useful along with a spamfilter.conf that contains signatures for some common exploits/trojans/worms that appear on IRC.