[openssl-users] stunnel 5.33 released

Michał Trojnara Michal.Trojnara at stunnel.org
Thu Jun 23 20:38:06 UTC 2016

Dear Users,

I have released version 5.33 of stunnel.
This release fixes a memory leak.  Upgrade is highly recommended.

The ChangeLog entry:

Version 5.33, 2016.06.23, urgency: HIGH
* New features
  - Improved memory leak detection performance and accuracy.
  - Improved compatibility with the current OpenSSL 1.1.0-dev tree.
  - SNI support also enabled on OpenSSL 0.9.8f and later (thx to
    Guillermo Rodriguez Garcia).
  - Added support for PKCS #12 (.p12/.pfx) certificates (thx to
    Dmitry Bakshaev).
* Bugfixes
  - Fixed a TLS session caching memory leak (thx to Richard Kraemer).
    Before stunnel 5.27 this leak only emerged with sessiond enabled.
  - Yet another WinCE socket fix (thx to Richard Kraemer).
  - Fixed passphrase/pin dialogs in tstunnel.exe.
  - Fixed a FORK threading build regression bug.
  - OPENSSL_NO_DH compilation fix (thx to Brian Lin).

Home page: https://www.stunnel.org/
Download:  https://www.stunnel.org/downloads.html

SHA-256 hashes:

Best regards,

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