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libssh 0.7.1

It is time to release the first bugfix version of the 0.7 branch. This addresses some issues with channel exit status and signal handling. Thanks to all contributors! If you are new to libssh you should read our tutorial how to get started. Please join our mailing list or visit our irc channel if you have questions. You can download […]


Redmine server down

The server at https://red.libssh.org/ that hosts the redmine bug tracker and the downloads is currently down. We are aware of the issue and couldn’t fix it quickly. In the meantime, all downloads are available from alternative URLs. A mirror of windows binary files can be found here, and the 0.6.4 source code can be downloaded from the git server there. […]


libssh 0.6.3 (Security release)

This is an important SECURITY and maintenance release in order to address CVE-2014-0017 – PRNG state reuse on forking servers. This bug happens when a SSH server forks on new connections. OpenSSL PRNG does not always detect the change of process (PID collision) and PRNG state may be shared between two successive children. However that bug is greatly mitigated by […]