Shares 1.7.5 Release Notes

Shares 1.7.5 Release Notes

Product Release: Apr 10, 2014
Release Notes Updated: Apr 10, 2014

WHAT’S NEW

The Aspera Shares 1.7.5 release addresses the OpenSSL Heartbleed security vulnerability in the Linux and Windows versions of Shares:

•         The Linux version has been built with OpenSSL 1.0.1g.

•         For the Windows version, Nginx has been updated from 1.2.9 to 1.5.13.

There are no other changes or fixes since the previous GA release, Shares 1.7.3.

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Enterprise/Connect Server: A licensed version of 3.3+. Note, if you wish to use the share-to-share feature, you need a licensed version of 3.4.32.

Windows: 64-bit only: XP SP2, 2008, and 2008 R2 with .NET Framework 2.0, 3.0, 3.5, or 4.0.

Linux: 64-bit (RedHat, CentOS) with kernel 2.4 or higher and libc version GLIB 2.3.4+

Browser: Firefox 4+, Safari 5.1+, IE 7+, or Google Chrome

PREVIOUS RELEASE NOTES

Shares 1.7.3 Release Notes 

Shares 1.5.0 Release Notes 

Shares 1.0.3 Release Notes 

Shares 1.0.2 Release Notes 

Shares 1.0.1 Release Notes 

Shares 1.0.0 Release Notes 

PACKAGE INFORMATION

md5sum:

b706886f0c556a3c05d5665362057662  aspera-shares-1.7.5.85512-1.x86_64.rpm

96c7302ec903cbdb0f1f12278244d87f  AsperaShares-1.7.5.85527.exe

sha1sum:

721e0203be0852b0310eb4ec0ea968886895714b  aspera-shares-1.7.5.85512-1.x86_64.rpm

db3bce3f4f65343169e803f6eb37fd6a8ef862c3  AsperaShares-1.7.5.85527.exe

OTHER RESOURCES

Aspera Shares 1.7.5 Admin Guide (Linux) 

Aspera Shares 1.7.5 Admin Guide (Windows) 

Aspera Shares 1.7.5 User Guide (Linux) 

Aspera Shares 1.7.5 User Guide (Windows) 

Aspera Enterprise Server 3.4.3 User Guide (Linux) 

Aspera Connect Server 3.4.3 User Guide (Linux) 

Aspera Enterprise Server 3.4.3 User Guide (Windows) 

Aspera Connect Server 3.4.3 User Guide (Windows) 

PRODUCT SUPPORT

For online support resources for Aspera products, including raising new support tickets, please visit the Aspera Support Portal. Note that you may have an existing account if you contacted our support team in the past. Before creating a new account, first try setting a password for the email that you use to interact with us. You may also call one of our regional support centers.

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