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Secure netrw

1. září 2011, 11:09 | IT | Dave

DownloadReadme – Changelog – Detailní popis

Secure-netrw is a simple (but powerful) tool for transporting data over the internet with user and data authentication support. It’s main purpose is to simplify and speed up file transfers to hosts without an FTP server. It can also be used for uploading data to some other user. It is something like one-way netcat (nc) with some nice features concerning data transfers. Netrw can compute and check message digest (MD5, SHA-1, and some others) of all the data being transferred, it can also print information on progress and average speed. At the end it sums up the transfer.


+ some new feature was added
- something was removed
* code change
F a bug was fixed
o note

secure-netrw version 1.1.1 (2008-07-31)
* only minor changes to remove compilation warnings

secure-netrw version 1.1 (2006-08-25)
F failure when gethostbyname function fails
F wrong getopt handling
F wrong functionality of -o, -i and -s parameters
F wrong functionality of the keepalive connection
F some other bugs also fixed

secure-netrw version 1.0.1 (2006-08-05)
+ new examples using -i and -o options
F netread may end up in an endless loop after receiving all data
F fixed wrongly changed options' letters in the previous version

secure-netrw version 1.0 (2006-04-15)
o renamed to secure-netrw
* prefer SHA-256 and SHA-1 algorithms to MD5
+ keep-alive packets for control connection to prevent stupid firewall/NAT
machines from shutting down control connection of long data transfers
* errors and warnings start with upper case letters
* changed some options' letters:
former -O is now -E
former -o is now -e
former -s is now -k
former -i is now -x
+ synchronous output for netread (option -s)
+ netwrite accepts -i option for reading data from a file
+ netread accepts -o option for writing data to a file
* average speed for current line is printed at the end of each progress line
instead of globally average speed
+ MacOS X testing platform
+ support for linking against diet libc (including its MD5 implementation)
* prefer SHA-256 authentication algorithm to SHA-1

netrw version 2.0 (2004-12-26)
+ user and data authentication mechanism added
+ manual page added (see man netrw)

DownloadReadme – Changelog – Detailní popis

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