LiquidFiles Documentation
LiquidFiles Documentation

Release Notes Version 1.8.x

Version 1.8.10 (released 2012-09-04)

  • Preparing for v2.0.

Version 1.8.9 (released 2012-08-06)

  • Fixed a problem with deleting attachments from the API.
  • Display a valid XML error message when trying to access the API using http when http is disabled.

Version 1.8.8 (released 2012-07-25)

  • Disabled encryption algorithms vulnerable to the "beast" attack, as outlined in CVE-2011-3389.
  • Enabled TLS v1.1 and v1.2 in the web server configuration.

Version 1.8.7 (released 2012-07-13)

  • Security - when a dropbox is visited for a non-existent user and the user exist in LDAP the user account is automatically created. This account was created as an admin and should have been created as a local user.
  • Fixed a problem with filenames for downloads in Firefox.

Version 1.8.6 (released 2012-06-06)

  • Dropbox senders (as entered) are now shown in the message list and message log
  • Added license check to Admin → Status
  • Better logging for two factor authentication
  • Couple of language updates
  • Changed MySQL temp directory

Version 1.8.5 (released 2012-05-24)

  • Fixed a problem downloading UTF-8 filenames in Internet Explorer.

Version 1.8.4 (released 2012-05-21)

  • Fixed typo in 1.8.3.

Version 1.8.3 (released 2012-05-21)

  • Don't crash when the license limit has been reached on the login page.
  • Fixed deleting files using the API.

Version 1.8.2 (released 2012-05-01)

  • Fixed a problem with viewing messages in the message log.
  • Updated the stylesheet to add linebreaks within the message log table so that it won't disappear off the page.
  • Changed the message expiration. Now, when a message expires on the 1st of May, it will be allowed to be downloaded on the 1st of May and be deleted on the 2nd.

Version 1.8.1 (released 2012-04-26)

  • Better opportunistic logging and sending of download receipts. If a user is already logged in, their information will be logged in the download log when the permission is set to "Anyone can download".
  • Fixed a problem where download receipts would be sent when the sender downloaded their own attachments if the permission was set to "Anyone can download".
  • Better handling when sending a message with incorrect dates using the API.
  • Redirect to the front page if trying to authorize a non-existent message.
  • Fixed a couple of issues with the Virus scanning and trigger av scanning of unscanned files when viewed in the message log.

Version 1.8.0 (released 2012-04-18)

Version 1.8 is not a "normal" major release in that there's no new features in the Filetransfer appliance itself. What it does have is a new version of the kernel and the web server. It wouldn't have been good to replace such major components of the system as part of a minor release so that's why the decision was made to release 1.8 with these new components but no other major features.

  • Optimized kernel with increased network buffers. Especially over long distances, there should be a significant improvement in performance.
  • New version of the Nginx web server. There has been a potential Denial of Service in the Nginx version in 1.7 and below. Updating to this version fixes that.
  • Fixed the ft clean_data_dir command.