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  • 0.9.12 Release

    0.9.12 adds support for ECDSA and updates to Jetty 8

    Posted 2014-03-31 by zzz
  • Malware at i2pbrowser.net

    The site i2pbrowser.net is a fake I2P website mirror serving up malware for Windows.

    Posted 2014-02-16 by I2P devs
  • 0.9.11 Release

    0.9.11 adds support for outproxy plugins, improves lease set lookup security, and reduces memory usage.

    Posted 2014-02-08 by I2P devs
  • 0.9.10 Release

    0.9.10 changes the mechanism for doing LeaseSet lookups, making it more difficult for an attacker to correlate a Destination with a Router.

    Posted 2014-01-22 by I2P devs
  • 0.9.9 Release

    0.9.9 fixes a number of bugs in the netdb, streaming, and i2ptunnel, and starts work on a year-long plan to increase the strength of the cryptographic signing algorithms used in the router, and support multiple algorithms and key lengths simultaneously. Automatic update files will now be signed with 4096-bit RSA keys.

    Posted 2013-12-07 by I2P devs
  • 0.9.8.1 Release

    0.9.8.1 fixes a problem with updating to 0.9.8 on Windows for some people. New installs and non-Windows platforms are not affected, however all platforms will automatically update even if running 0.9.8.

    Posted 2013-10-02 by I2P devs
  • 0.9.8 Release

    0.9.8 includes the long-awaited support for IPv6. It's enabled by default, but of course you need a public IPv6 address to use it. Configuration is on the 'network' configuration tab in your console. We also have anonymity improvements including padding of SSU packets and longer router private keys.

    Posted 2013-09-30 by I2P devs
  • 0.9.7.1 Release

    This unscheduled release disables the RouterInfo verification messages that were used in the attack published in the UCSB paper, which should make correlating a LeaseSet and a Router much more difficult. We have also included a limited number of other fixes listed below. Our 0.9.8 release, which will include IPv6 support, is still on-schedule for late September.

    Posted 2013-08-10 by I2P devs