I2P now requires Java 6 or higher. We strongly recommend that you upgrade to Java 7. If you are still using Java 5, you must upgrade your Java before installing I2P 0.9.12.
0.9.12 adds preliminary support for ECDSA-signed Destinations. It contains several fixes for the handling of Delivery Status Messages (acknowledgements) and those messages are now end-to-end encrypted for increased security.
We have upgraded to Jetty 8. Jetty 8 is almost identical to Jetty 7, so there are no complex configuration file conversions as there have been in past Jetty upgrades. No manual changes should be necessary.
As usual, we recommend that you update to this release. The best way to maintain security and help the network is to run the latest release.
In early March, Internet search company DuckDuckGo donated $5000 to the Invisible Internet Project (I2P) as part of their yearly open-source donation program. The award was granted on the basis of nominations by members of the public on the DuckDuckGo community portal.
This marks the single largest donation ever received by I2P and reflects a growing interest in privacy and security by the Internet community. The funding will help I2P to reach more users, expand development, and audit the code. It will also enable I2P developers to attend conferences, such as the Real-World Cryptography conference in New York City, where the developers met and collaborated with cryptography experts pursuant to I2P's goals of providing anonymity to the public.
I2P thanks Gabriel Weinberg and DuckDuckGo for the generous donation, and the I2P community for its support in the nominations.
- Encrypt Delivery Status Messages
- Add preliminary support for ECDSA-signed Destinations
- Add check for replayed NTCP session requests
- Add throttling and blocking checks to streaming ping processing
- Fix RouterInfo exchange in NTCP
- Extend timeout for Delivery Status Messages
- Drop streaming messages from recently closed connections
- Fix restarts on Raspberry Pi
- Restore profileOrganizer.sameCountryBonus advanced config
- Fix for jwebcache and i2phex
- Jetty 8.1.14.v20131031; Java 6 now required
- Reduce target connection count again to reduce tunnel reject rate further
- Add rate limit for outbound connections at tunnel endpoints
- Add optional inproxy blocking in i2ptunnel
- Use SSU session key for relay request/response when available
- Include HTTP POST data in SYN packet
- Add getopt library for better argument processing
- More removal of Jetty dependencies
- Remove MD5 code, use Java libraries instead
- Change the default addressbook subscription URL
- Translation updates
- Update GeoIP data (new installs and PPA only)
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