wodVPN ActiveX Component and COM object --------------------------------------- 2.3.2 April 29, 2013 * Fixed problems with forwarding ports when forwarding stopped after more than 256 connections were made 2.3.1 August 20, 2012 * Fixed threading problem with UPNP mapping that could cause VB to crash 2.3.0 January 8, 2012 * encNone encryption enumeration added to disable encryption 2.2.6 August 12, 2011 * TCPHandler fix. When same instance was reused connection was rejected 2.2.5 May 8, 2011 * PeerData property added 2.2.4 April 23, 2011 * x64 Virtual network driver provided with the installer 2.2.3 March 30, 2011 * Fix in TCPHandler object that did not register Disconnect in state information 2.2.2 February 9, 2011 * Fix in port forwarding when invalid channel was referenced in the protocol 2.2.1 January 25, 2010 * Distribution now contains x86 and x64 binaries 2.2.0 November 19, 2009 * New TCPHandler object to route traffic through TCP (directly or through TCP Relay) * Binaries are now compiled in VS 2008 2.1.5 March 30, 2009 * Fix in adapter handing when multiple wodVPN instances were used in same application to provide network adapter redirection. If one instance was disconnected network adapter was closed for all others too 2.1.4 February 17, 2009 * Speed increase when interface redirection is used 2.1.3 December 22, 2008 * Fixes high CPU usage that can occur after several minutes of inactivity * Fixes possible access violation error in VB6 since UPNP event was fired from different thread 2.1.2 October 21, 2008 * ARP entries are inserted into routing table for remote IP. This will speed up the process of exchanging packets with remote 2.0.2 September 4, 2008 * Fix when wodVPN could freeze if network adapter is disabled * Fix in VPNInterfaces.Count which showed invalid value when user disconnects 2.0.1 July 20, 2008 * wodVPN is now capable of forwarding full network traffic from selected network adapter, including ICMP, TCP and UDP raw packets * You can now create VPN with other peer(s) * Virtual network adapter included into installation 1.2.4 April 22, 2008 * Fix in freeze that occured on slow networks 1.2.3 February 7, 2008 * Improved FindMTU method for MTU discovery 1.2.2 January 15, 2008 * Fix in SendData that caused same byte array to be released twice 1.2.1 December 28, 2007 * UPnP (Universal plug-and-play) support * Linux/FreeBSD/OpenBSD/Cygwin version available 1.0.8 December 2, 2007 * Fixes potential access violation in SearchDone event (threading issue) 1.0.7 November 4, 2007 * New ModeCBC property to chain data packets for increased security * RelayDisconnected event failed to fire in some cases 1.0.6 October 24, 2007 * Fix in timeout. If RetryCount was set to 0, and wodVPN got to PacketLinking state, it could be there forever 1.0.5 October 20, 2007 * Fixes problem when threading was used, and if wodVPN's methods were used inside wodVPN's events, wodVPN could freeze 1.0.4 October 7, 2007 * Threading support exposed through Threads property 1.0.3 October 2, 2007 * Add Mediator support so no external scripts are needed (if mediator host is also running Windows) 1.0.2 September 21, 2007 * Add Relay support to act as "proxy" between two other wodVPN instances 1.0.1 September 11, 2007 * Initial release
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