LiquidFiles Documentation
LiquidFiles Documentation

Release Notes Version 1.5.x

v1.5.10 (Released 2011-05-14)

  • Better input validation for messages (could sometimes crash on long messages with lots of script tags)

v1.5.9 (Released 2011-05-01)

  • Disable certificate checking when sending support info
  • Ask for ticked id/email when sending support info
  • Search for filename as well in the message log

v1.5.8 (Released 2011-04-06)

  • Strip html tags completely to avoid formatting errors from the Outlook plugin.
  • Fix for the path when using the custom filescan.
  • IE9 will now display the progress bar.

v1.5.7 (Released 2011-02-25)

  • Deleting a user didn't automatically delete the users files.

v1.5.6 (Released 2011-02-09)

  • Custom stylesheets wasn't applied properly during the demo.
  • Log when users login using the remember cookie
  • Log when users login using the API

v1.5.5 (Released 2011-02-08)

  • LDAP Priority field added, allowing search order of LDAP servers to be specified.
  • Fixes for authentication with multiple LDAP servers.

v1.5.4 (Released 2011-01-29)

  • Security: Don't allow html tags in subject and only limited tags in messages.
  • Client side validation of script tags.

v1.5.3 (Released 2011-01-25)

  • Security: Fixed a privilege escalation issue where a specially crafted url could escalate a users privileges.
  • Security: Don't allow script tags in subject or messages.
  • Security: Fixed a user authorization issue where a local authenticated user with a specially crafted url could read messages from other users (but not download files).

v1.5.2 (Released 2011-01-21)

  • Updated localisation of user pages.

v1.5.1 (Released 2011-01-19)

  • Fixed a problem with the upload progress bar
  • Added login_label for the login label on the home page.

v1.5 (Released 2011-01-15)

  • Added a Locale Editor.
  • Full IPv6 support.
  • Support for static routes.
  • Moved the system wide message log to the admin pages.
  • Updated application log to include all appliance functions.
  • Use “Login” instead of “Email” on the login page.
  • Cleaned up the interface.