Commit 9d0ce0af authored by Nick Mathewson's avatar Nick Mathewson 🦀
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forward-port changelog for 0.4.0.3-alpha

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Changes in version 0.4.0.3-alpha - 2019-03-22
Tor 0.4.0.3-alpha is the third in its series; it fixes several small
bugs from earlier versions.
o Minor features (address selection):
- Treat the subnet 100.64.0.0/10 as public for some purposes;
private for others. This subnet is the RFC 6598 (Carrier Grade
NAT) IP range, and is deployed by many ISPs as an alternative to
RFC 1918 that does not break existing internal networks. Tor now
blocks SOCKS and control ports on these addresses and warns users
if client ports or ExtORPorts are listening on a RFC 6598 address.
Closes ticket 28525. Patch by Neel Chauhan.
o Minor features (geoip):
- Update geoip and geoip6 to the March 4 2019 Maxmind GeoLite2
Country database. Closes ticket 29666.
o Minor bugfixes (circuitpadding):
- Inspect the circuit-level cell queue before sending padding, to
avoid sending padding when too much data is queued. Fixes bug
29204; bugfix on 0.4.0.1-alpha.
o Minor bugfixes (logging):
- Correct a misleading error message when IPv4Only or IPv6Only is
used but the resolved address can not be interpreted as an address
of the specified IP version. Fixes bug 13221; bugfix on
0.2.3.9-alpha. Patch from Kris Katterjohn.
- Log the correct port number for listening sockets when "auto" is
used to let Tor pick the port number. Previously, port 0 was
logged instead of the actual port number. Fixes bug 29144; bugfix
on 0.3.5.1-alpha. Patch from Kris Katterjohn.
- Stop logging a BUG() warning when Tor is waiting for exit
descriptors. Fixes bug 28656; bugfix on 0.3.5.1-alpha.
o Minor bugfixes (memory management):
- Refactor the shared random state's memory management so that it
actually takes ownership of the shared random value pointers.
Fixes bug 29706; bugfix on 0.2.9.1-alpha.
o Minor bugfixes (memory management, testing):
- Stop leaking parts of the shared random state in the shared-random
unit tests. Fixes bug 29599; bugfix on 0.2.9.1-alpha.
o Minor bugfixes (pluggable transports):
- Fix an assertion failure crash bug when a pluggable transport is
terminated during the bootstrap phase. Fixes bug 29562; bugfix
on 0.4.0.1-alpha.
o Minor bugfixes (Rust, protover):
- Add a missing "Padding" value to the Rust implementation of
protover. Fixes bug 29631; bugfix on 0.4.0.1-alpha.
o Minor bugfixes (single onion services):
- Allow connections to single onion services to remain idle without
being disconnected. Previously, relays acting as rendezvous points
for single onion services were mistakenly closing idle rendezvous
circuits after 60 seconds, thinking that they were unused
directory-fetching circuits that had served their purpose. Fixes
bug 29665; bugfix on 0.2.1.26.
o Minor bugfixes (stats):
- When ExtraInfoStatistics is 0, stop including PaddingStatistics in
relay and bridge extra-info documents. Fixes bug 29017; bugfix
on 0.3.1.1-alpha.
o Minor bugfixes (testing):
- Downgrade some LOG_ERR messages in the address/* tests to
warnings. The LOG_ERR messages were occurring when we had no
configured network. We were failing the unit tests, because we
backported 28668 to 0.3.5.8, but did not backport 29530. Fixes bug
29530; bugfix on 0.3.5.8.
- Fix our gcov wrapper script to look for object files at the
correct locations. Fixes bug 29435; bugfix on 0.3.5.1-alpha.
- Decrease the false positive rate of stochastic probability
distribution tests. Fixes bug 29693; bugfix on 0.4.0.1-alpha.
o Minor bugfixes (Windows, CI):
- Skip the Appveyor 32-bit Windows Server 2016 job, and 64-bit
Windows Server 2012 R2 job. The remaining 2 jobs still provide
coverage of 64/32-bit, and Windows Server 2016/2012 R2. Also set
fast_finish, so failed jobs terminate the build immediately. Fixes
bug 29601; bugfix on 0.3.5.4-alpha.
Changes in version 0.3.5.8 - 2019-02-21
Tor 0.3.5.8 backports serveral fixes from later releases, including fixes
for an annoying SOCKS-parsing bug that affected users in earlier 0.3.5.x
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