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Neuigkeiten 1998

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Auf dieser Seite sind alle Neuigkeiten des Jahres 1998 zu finden. Die neuesten Nachrichten sind zuerst genannt.

Die Liste der Neuigkeiten des Jahres 1997 ist ebenfalls vorhanden.


GnuPG 0.9.0 released (1998-12-23)

  • Option to dash-escape "From" in clear text messages.
  • Better support for unices without /dev/random.
  • Fixed some bugs.


GnuPG 0.4.5 released (1998-12-08)

  • Brazilian translation.
  • Improved key import.
  • Loadable random gathering stuff.
  • Files are now locked during updates.


GnuPG 0.4.4 released (1998-11-20)

  • Spanish translation.
  • Fixed the way expiration dates are stored.
  • Key validation is now much faster and some more bugs fixed.
  • New feature to support signed patch files.


GnuPG 0.4.3 released (1998-11-08)

  • Russian translation.
  • Now lists all matching names.
  • Experimental support for keyrings store in GDBM files.
  • Many bug fixes.


GnuPG 0.4.1 released (1998-10-07)

  • Fixed a couple of bugs and add some more features.
  • Checked OpenPGP compliance.
  • PGP 5 passphrase are now working.


GnuPG 0.4.0 released (1998-09-18)

  • Fixed a serious Bug in 0.3.5.
  • Added 3DES.


GnuPG 0.3.5 released (1998-09-14)

  • Do not use this version!
  • Anonymous enciphered messages.
  • Building in another directory now work better.
  • Blowfish weak key detection mechanism.


GnuPG 0.3.4 released (1998-08-11)

Relased revision 0.3.4.


GnuPG 0.3.3 released (1998-08-08)

  • Alternate user IDs.
  • A menu to sign, add, remove user ids and other tasks.
  • Twofish as a new experimental cipher algorithm.
  • Ability to run as a coprocess; this is nice for frontends.


GnuPG 0.3.2 released (1998-07-09)

Bug fixes.


GnuPG 0.3.1 released (1998-07-06)

  • Bug fixes.
  • More in compliance with OpenPGP.


GnuPG 0.3.0 released (1998-06-25)

  • Major enhancements.
  • More complete v4 key support: Preferences and expiration time is set into the self signature.
  • Key generation defaults to DSA/ElGamal keys, so that new keys are interoperable with pgp5.
  • Support for dynamic loading of new algorithms.


GnuPG 0.2.19 released (1998-05-29)

  • Tiger has now the OpenPGP assigned number 6. Because the OID has changed, old signatures using this algorithm can't be verified.
  • GnuPG now encrypts the compressed packed and not any longer in the reverse order; anyway it can decrypt both versions.
  • --add-key works and you are now able to generate subkeys.
  • It is now possible to generate ElGamal keys in v4 packets to create valid OpenPGP keys.
  • Some new features for better integration into MUAs.


GnuPG 0.2.18 released (1998-05-15)

  • Add key generation for DSA and v4 signatures.
  • Fixed a small bug in the key generation.
  • New option --compress-algo 1 to allow the creation of compressed messages which are readable by PGP.


GnuPG 0.2.17 released (1998-05-04)

  • More stuff for OpenPGP: Blowfish is now type 20, comment packets moved to a private type, packet type 3 now prepends conventional encryption packets.
  • Fixed a passphrase bug and some others.


GnuPG 0.2.16 released (1998-04-28)

  • Experimental support for TIGER/192.
  • Standard cipher is now Blowfish with 128 bit key in OpenPGP's CFB mode.


GnuPG 0.2.15 released (1998-04-09)

  • Fixed a bug with the old checksum calculation for secret keys.
  • CAST5 works (using PGP's strange CFB mode).


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Geschrieben von Werner Koch (2003-01-01 19:45).
Übersetzt durch Walter Koch (2003-04-13 20:40)
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