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Copssh with Control Panel improvements

Copssh

Copssh version 4.9.3 comes with an updated Control Panel with following improvements:

 

  • It is now possible to instruct the Control panel not to convert user names to lowercase. If you add the parameter below to the bin/copsshcp.config file, no conversion will find place:

[Options]
LowercaseUsername=0

The default behaviour is still conversion to lowercase.

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cwRsync with Rsync 3.1.1

cwRsync - Rsync for Windows

cwRsync 5.4.0 installers contain the latest Rsync 3.1.1. It reintroduces socketpairs again in Cygwin setup as an attempt for better performance. We have also updated OpenSSL to 1.0.1h.

Changelog for Rsync 3.1.1

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Introducing newsletters for software updates

Introducing newsletters

If you want get notified about updates of a specific software, you can now subscribe our software-specific update newsletters. Newsletter subscriptions are open to everyone. As of this writing, we offer following newsletters:

  • Itefix News & Announcements - news, updates about Itefix
  • Itefix Security Advisories - security notifications for Itefix software (highly recommended)
  • Itefix Blog - recipes, free tools
  • Adolsign updates
  • Copssh updates
  • cwRsync updates
  • Gitwin updates
  • Nagwin updates
  • PortForMe updates
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Nagwin updated with Nagios Core 4.0.7

Nagios

Nagwin version 2.2.1 contains the latest available Nagios Core 4.0.7 with bug fixes. It has also OpenSSH 1.0.1h addressing multiple security vulnerabilities (in the case you use Secure HTTPS via Nginx)

 

Changelog for Nagios Core:

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Copssh with OpenSSL 1.0.1h

Copssh

Copssh version 4.9.2 contains version 1.0.1h of OpenSSL addressing 6 security vulnerabilities announced recently.

The Secure Shell (SSH) is a different protocol from SSL or TLS.  OpenSSH relies on the OpenSSL library for access to the cryptographic primitives it provides, not for the TLS or SSL implementations.

Copssh is not vulnerable to those flaws.

 

 

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