Yes, that's right, after 9 years of 0.9.x releases, we are going straight from 0.9.50 to 1.5.0. This does not signify a major API change, or a claim that development is now complete. It is simply a recognition of almost 20 years of work to provide anonymity and security for our users.
This release finishes implementation of smaller tunnel build messages to reduce bandwidth. We continue the transition of the network's routers to X25519 encryption. Of course there are also numerous bug fixes and performance improvements.
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.
- RRD4J 3.8
- Tunnels: Finish support for new build messages (proposal 157)
- Updates: Support for .dmg and .exe updates
- Console: Fix generation of SSL keys on Java 17
- i2psnark: Fix autostart for magnets
- Router: Fix rare deadlock in publishing our RI
- SSU: Fix handling of bad peer test responses
- UPnP: IPv6 fixes
- Jetty: Improve sort in directory listings
- Jetty: Add X-I2P-Location header
- Router: Increase probability to rekey to ECIES
- Streaming: Performance improvements for low-latency connections
- Translation updates
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