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OpenVPN v2.3

| Monday, February 4, 2013
It includes major changes compared to latest 2.2.x ("oldstable") release:

  • Full IPv6 support
  • SSL layer modularised, enabling easier implementation for other SSL libraries
  • PolarSSL support as a drop-in replacement for OpenSSL
  • New plug-in API providing direct certificate access, improved logging API and easier to extend in the future
  • Added 'dev_type' environment variable to scripts and plug-ins - which is set to 'TUN' or 'TAP'
  • New feature: --management-external-key - to provide access to the encryption keys via the management interface
  • New feature: --x509-track option, more fine grained access to X.509 fields in scripts and plug-ins
  • New feature: --client-nat support
  • New feature: --mark which can mark encrypted packets from the tunnel, suitable for more advanced routing and firewalling
  • New feature: --management-query-proxy - manage proxy settings via the management interface (supercedes --http-proxy-fallback)
  • New feature: --stale-routes-check, which cleans up the internal routing table
  • New feature: --x509-username-field, where other X.509v3 fields can be used for the authentication instead of Common Name
  • Improved client-kill management interface command
  • Improved UTF-8 support - and added --compat-names to provide backwards compatibility with older scripts/plug-ins
  • Improved auth-pam with COMMONNAME support, passing the certificate's common name in the PAM conversation
  • More options can now be used inside <connection> blocks
  • Completely new build system, enabling easier cross-compilation and Windows builds
  • Much of the code has been better documented
  • Many documentation updates
  • Plenty of bug fixes and other code clean-ups

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