Deerfield heeft hun VisNetic FTPServer voorzien van een nieuwe versie welke het nummer 126.96.36.199 heeft meegekregen. Een van de grote veranderingen is het toevoegen van een eigen Anti-Virus plug-in welke binnenkomende bestanden controleert op virussen zodat je FTP-server ook beschermd is tegen deze invloeden van buiten af. Verder zijn de gebruikelijke features aanwezig zoals ondersteuning van TLS/SSL encriptie en het limiteren van bandbreedte voor gebruikers. Het changelog laat ons de volgende veranderingen weten:
- VisNetic AntiVirus Plug-in support. Uploaded files can be scanned for viruses using an optional plug-in.
- The Server Activity Tab now has a Clear Log Window feature.
- Kick User feature on the Server Activity window.
- Virtual Folder Wizard that simplifies the process of configuring Virtual Folders.
- Support for the ML and MLD commands which are shorthand for MLST/MSLD.
- Added a 1 minute recurring timer to the Agent which checks for dead/idle connections and closes them if found.
- Reworked the Virtual Folder feature. Virtual Folders are now prefixed with \%USERDIR%\ which allows all virtual folders to be mapped under the users home directory. If you modify the users home directory, all of the Virtual Folder mappings will still work.
NOTE: If you are upgrading from a previous version and you are using Virtual Folders, please check each user/group virtual folders to ensure that they are set up correctly.
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- Memory leak in the SSL/srCrypto layer
- Bug which failed to close the primary connection if an ssl handshake failed.
- Rename bug which failed to check permissions on the RNTO portion of the command.
- Bug in the Banned/Permitted IP address code. It was hanging when it encountered a 192.168.*.* type of address.
- Server would stop accepting connections after a period of time. This seemed to be due to the log manager hanging while attempting to log a message about a new incoming connection. This has been changed somewhat to allow for the connection to be established before dumping the message.
- Memory leak in SSL connections when trying to upload multiple files using a secure data connection.
- Implicit/990 bug which prevented VFS from accepting implicit connections.
- Directory listing bug that incorrectly reported file sizes for files > 2gb in size.
- Virtual Folder bug that prevented VFS from being accessed if they were mapped to a UNC share.
- Idle connection timeout bug where connections were not being kicked immediately after the timeout expired.
- Various bugs which would leave dead/closed connections hanging around.
- UL/DL Ratios (per-session) bug where users could immediately download a file upon login even if they had not uploaded a file.
- Bug which would prevent VisNetic FTPServer from opening a data connection in active mode through some firewalls when MSFTP worked. This appeared to be a problem with not binding to port 20 and not using the same local side ip address as the control connection.
- Unable to CWD into a virtual folder if it was mapped to a UNC share.
- SSL bug which would prevent files from being transferred in secure mode.
- Remote Admin gui bug which was not honoring the IP address in the drop down listbox if there were multiple NICS in the system.
- SSL was not working in Active/PORT mode. This has been corrected.
- Internal Directory Access/Virtual Folders bug which would occasionally result in duplicate Virtual Folders appearing in a directory listing.
- Internal memory handle bug which could hang a connection during the generation of a directory listing if Virtual Folders were being used.
- MLSD bug which was incorrectly returning the directory information on the control connection instead of returning it on a data connection.
- NT Authentication bug which was causing W2K computers to run slow.
- Win 9x installations are no longer able to select NT Authentication for servers on a 9x box.
- Directory Access Rights bug which allowed the entry of a non-absolute directory such as 'subdir\' instead of '\subdir'\'. The DAR rule for directories such as these would not work and users would be locked out of the folder.
- Authentication bug which would prevent VFS from listing all NT Users when there were more than a few hundred user accounts. VFS now supports NT domains consisting of thousands of users.
- Virtual Folders bug at the Server Level. Virtual Folders have been removed from the Server Level since they are not applicable. The same functionality can be achieved by adding a Virtual Folder to the Everyone group.
- CWD bug which could allow users to change to a folder outside of their namespace.
VisNetic FTPServer (2.1 MB)
VisNetic FTPServer AntiVirus Plug-in (5.1 MB)