Below you will find the wolfSSH ChangeLog documenting the changes that took place with each release of wolfSSH since the project’s beginning in 2016.

wolfSSH 1.4.2


  • GCC 8 build warning fixes
  • Fix for warning with enums used with SFTP and set socket type
  • Added example server with Renesas CS+ port
  • Fix for initializing UserAuthData to all zeros before use
  • Fix for SFTP “LS” operation when setting the default window size to 2048
  • Add structure size print out option -z to example client when the macro WOLFSSH_SHOW_SIZES is defined
  • Additional automated tests of wolfSSH_CTX_UsePrivateKey_buffer and fix for call when key is already loaded
  • Refactoring done to internal handling of packet assembly
  • Add client side public key authentication support
  • Support added for global requests
  • Fix for NULL dereference warning, rPad/sPad initialization and SFTP check on want read. Thanks to GitHub user LinuxJedi for the reports
  • Addition of WS_USER_AUTH_E error returned when user authentication callback returns WOLFSSH_USERAUTH_REJECTED
  • Remove void cast on variable not compiled in with single threaded builds

wolfSSH 1.4.0


  • SFTP support for time attributes
  • TCP port forwarding feature added (--enable-fwd)
  • Example tcp port forwarding added to /examples/portfwd/portfwd
  • Fixes to SCP, including default direction set
  • Fix to match ID during KEX init
  • Add check for window adjustment packets when sending large transfers
  • Fixes and maintenance to Nucleus port for file closing
  • Add enable all option (--enable-all)
  • Fix for --disable-inline build
  • Fixes for GCC-7 warnings when falling through switch statements
  • Additional sanity checks added from fuzz testing
  • Refactor and fixes for use with non blocking
  • Add extended data read for piping stderr
  • Add client side pseudo terminal connection with ./examples/client/client -t
  • Add some basic Windows terminal conversions with wolfSSH_ConvertConsole
  • Add wolfSSH_stream_peek function to peek at incoming SSH data
  • Change name of internal function SendBuffered() to avoid clash with wolfSSL
  • Add support for SFTP on Windows
  • Use int types for arguments in examples to fix Raspberry Pi build
  • Fix for fail case with leading 0’s on MPINT
  • Default window size (DEFAULT_WINDOW_SZ) lowered from ~ 1 MB to ~ 16 KB
  • Disable examples option added to configure (--disable-examples)
  • Callback function and example use added for checking public key sent
  • AES CTR cipher support added
  • Fix for free’ing ECC caches with examples
  • Renamed example SFTP to be examples/sftpclient/wolfsftp

wolfSSH 1.3.0


  • Accepted code submission from Stephen Casner for SCP support. Thanks Stephen!
  • Added SCP server support.
  • Added SFTP client and server support.
  • Updated the autoconf scripts.
  • Other bug fixes and enhancements.

wolfSSH 1.2.0


  • Added ECDH Group Exchange with SHA2 hashing and curves nistp256, nistp384, and nistp521.
  • Added ECDSA with SHA2 hashing and curves nistp256, nistp384, and nistp521.
  • Added client support.
  • Added an example client that talks to the echoserver.
  • Changed the echoserver to allow only one connection, but multiple connections are allowed with a command line option.
  • Added option to echoserver to offer an ECC public key.
  • Added a Visual Studio solution to build the library, examples, and tests.
  • Other bug fixes and enhancements.

wolfSSH 1.1.0


  • Added DH Group Exchange with SHA-256 hashing to the key exchange.
  • Removed the canned banner and provided a function to set a banner string. If no sting is provided, no banner is sent.
  • Expanded the make checking to include an API test.
  • Added a function that returns session statistics.
  • When connecting to the echoserver, hitting Ctrl-E will give you some session statistics.
  • Parse and reply to the Global Request message.
  • Fixed a bug with client initiated rekeying.
  • Fixed a bug with the GetString function.
  • Other small bug fixes and enhancements.

wolfSSH 0.2.0


This is the first release of wolfSSH.

Please see the README included in the wolfSSH download for build instructions and API reference.