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Change Log

Change Log for Robo-FTP Server v3.2.2 (Released: 2009-03-23)

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Enhancements

  • Added support for older ssl sites that don't close the data channel correctly, add /allowerrors to FTPLOGON
  • Improved PGP error handling
  • multiline responses are now written to the trace log in their entirety
  • PGP implementation now correctly handles CAST5 symmetrically encrypted files
  • added support for XFTP server's directory format
  • SENDMAIL now writes the smtp transcript to the trace log even upon an apparent success
  • http protocol now supports the referrer request header
  • added event_logonname and event_logonhome variables to all events
  • Changed upload and download events to have event_uploadfile, event_uploadfolder, and event_uploadpath

Bug Fixes

  • GETNEXTFILE no longer descends into directories when /subdirs is specified
  • SSL layer no longer treats a TCP FIN as a correctly closed data channel
  • anonymous logins could fail because the email address provided in the configurator could not be decrypted
  • possible logging error in HTTP stack when there were no cookies
  • configurator and dashboard could not be run at the same time
  • HTTP wouldn't allow ? characters to be used in request uri
  • HTTP only returned the first cookie received in responses in the following requests
  • IFDATETIME and IFDATE were not working when default comparing to %sitefiledatetime
  • SENDMAIL would issue a STARTSSL even if the server didn't advertise it. On some buggy servers this caused undefined behavior
  • AS400 directory parsing could mix up month and day
  • IBM Host features could cause FTPCD to hang
  • standard unix directory listings that printed the month in all lower case were not handled correctly
  • LOGNTEVENT now returns invalid argument when arguments are invalid
  • http no longer sets %uploadsize variable incorrectly to the size of a returned error page
  • fixed a rare buffer overrun in the trace logging
  • fixed a crash that could occur if the DCOM permissions did not allow the server to load correctly
  • improved the ini import used to migrate old 3.1 and before configurations to the new 3.2 server.
  • fixed a bug where the console tried to load RSCommannds.ini when attempting to configure remote server commands security.
  • Listen interface is now correctly displayed in the console.

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