Webmin version 1.020 is now available for download from http://www.webmin.com/ and mirror sites. New features in this version include:
If you have been running Webmin in SSL mode, you *must* generate a new SSL key that is unique to your system. I only recently found out that anyone with a copy of your SSL key file can decrypt all traffic. Because almost everyone using Webmin uses the same included key file, their SSL traffic is vulnerable to snooping! Fortunately, this version makes it easy to generate your own key using the SSL Encryption page of the Webmin Configuration module.
- Webmin now generates an SSL key at install time, instead of using a
- built-in key. Anyone using it in SSL mode must generate their own
- key, as the built-in one is insecure because everyone has access
- to it! This can be done within Webmin on the SSL Encryption page of
- the Webmin Configuration module
- The Webmin RPM uses SSL mode by default if you have openssl and
- Net::SSLeay installed
- Fixed bugs that could cause the miniserv.pl process to use up all
- available CPU time
- Added the OpenSLP Server module, which was previously separate
- Ported Webmin to Redhat 8.0 and SuSE 8.1
Also available is Usermin 0.960, which includes the same SSL key fix, a new Mount Filesystems module, support for non-readable /home directory in the file manager, and several other small fixes.
As always, please send me any bug reports or feature suggestions that you might have. [break] Hieronder staan de verschillende versies van Webmin:
Unix tar/gzip RedHat, Caldera, SuSE, Mandrake en MSC Linux x86 Source bestand voor RedHat, Caldera, SuSE, Mandrake en MSC Linux x86 Solaris