Version 1.4.0 of the wolfSSH SSHv2 server library has been released! Many new and exciting features were added to wolfSSH with this release. Some of the new additions include: support for port forwarding, client side pseudo terminal support, enhancements for non blocking use, AES-CTR cipher support, and support for SFTP on windows.
This release also includes fixes and enhancements to existing features. Some of the fixes include resolving GCC-7 warnings and fixes for example use cases when wolfSSL ECC caching is turned on.
A full list of notable addition and fixes is as follows:
- 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 from SendBuffered to wolfSSH_SendPacket 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 freeing ECC caches with examples
- Renamed example SFTP to be examples/sftpclient/wolfsftp
The most up-to-date versions of wolfSSH and other wolfSSL products can be found on the wolfSSL download page here: https://www.wolfssl.com/download/.
For more information about wolfSSH or the changes incorporated into the 1.4.0 release, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.