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GNU ZRTP 4.6.6

Small fix in zrtp/crypto/zrtpDh.cpp to fix a small memory leak.

GNU ZRTP 4.6.5

Cleanup compiler flags, reduce visibility for Android build, check some buffer length. No functional enhancements, no changes in API.

GNU ZRTP 4.6.4

Some fixes to slience Windows C/C++ compiler, fix a few include statements when using openSSL, small fixes to check disclosure flag. Reset valid flags when adding a new cache record to avoid wrong security message.

GNU ZRTP 4.6.3

A small fix inside the ZRTP main module to ignore malformed DH1 packets and avoid an NULL pointer access.

GNU ZRTP 4.6.2

A small fix in the ZrtpCWrapper to fix an issue within 4.6.1 ;-)

GNU ZRTP 4.6.1

A small fix in the ZrtpCWrapper to initialize and use the ZRTP master instance in case of multi-stream usage. Does not affect the main ZRTP usage, only projects that use the wrapper such as PJSIP or Gstreamer projects.

These project should re-compile if they use the multi-stream feature.

GNU ZRTP 4.6.0

Only a small add-on to the code to implement handling of the disclosure flag. See RFC6189, chapter 11 for more details about the disclosure flag.

Because the API changed, thus it's necessary to recompile applications that use the new library version.

GNU ZRTP 4.5.0

Added a new SAS algorithm 'B32E' that uses 32 Unicode Emoji code points instead of 32 ASCII characters. Application that are able to display Emojis may use this new SAS algorithm to display nice Emojis instead of 'boring' ASCII letters and digits.

Some technical details:

  • the 32 selected emojis are easily distinguishable, known to everyone, not offending etc, and use standard Unicode code points
  • select colored emojis that look good on white and on black backgrounds (most emojis look good on white only)
  • select emojis that are available on iOS, Android, Mac OS X (Windows not checked)
  • the resulting SAS string is UTF-8 encoded, suitable for most platforms except Java.

To use the codes for Java the application needs to translate the UTF-8 encoding into UTF-16 encoding. Because most of the emojis are Unicode supplementary characters the UTF-8 to UTF-16 conversion must generate the necessary UTF-16 surrogate pairs.

To support the UTF-8 / UTF-16 conversion the common directory contains conversion functions that I extracted from ICU C/C++ library source.

Because the API changed, thus it's necessary to recompile applications that use the new library version.

GNU ZRTP 4.4.0

Changes the handling of HMAC and Hash contexts to avoid too many malloc/free calls and thus memory pointer problems.

Enhance the handling an check the nonce when using multi-stream mode. This required a modification to the class file and some modifications on the API. The old functions are now deprecated but still usable. Nevertheless you should change your application to use the new fuctions which support the new nonce handling and checks.

Some bug fixing as well.

Because the API changed, thus it's necessary to recompile applications that use the new library version.

GNU ZRTP 4.3.1

This is a bugfix release. It fixes several compiler issues in iOS8 Clang, Mircosoft C++ compiler (VS 2012) etc.

This release also adds a fix to address a possible problem when using 'memset(...)' on a memory area immediately followed by a 'free(...)' call to free this memory area. Some compilers may otpimize the code and do not call 'memset(...)'. That's bad for software that deals with secure keys :-) . The fix removes this possible vulnerability.

GNU ZRTP 4.3.0

This version adds some new API that provide to set retry timer values and to get some retry counters.

Application may now set some values of the retry counters during the discovery (Hello) and the negotiation phase. Applications may increase the number of retries or modify the capping to support slow or bad networks.

To get some idea about the actual number of retries during ZRTP negotiation an application may now use the new API to get an array of counters. The ZRTP state engine records how many retries occured during the different protocol states.

Note: only the ZRTP initiator performs packet retries after the discovery (Hello) phase. The responder would always return zero alues for the other retry counters.

Because we have a new set of functions the API changed, thus it's necessary to recompile applications that use the new library version.

GNU ZRTP 4.2.4

Only small changes to enable Android X86 (see clients/tivi/android) as an example.

Rename functions aes_init() to aes_init_zrtp() to avoid names clashes with other libraries that may include own AES modules.

GNU ZRTP 4.2.3

The optional SAS relay feature (refer to RFC6189, chapter 7.3) is not longer compiled by default. If your project needs this support then modify the CMakeLists.txt file and uncomment a 'add_definition' statements. See comment in the CMakelists.txt file.

The reasons to disable this optional feature in the default build: it's rarely used and some concerns about misusing this feature.

GNU ZRTP 4.2.2

A small enhancement in SRTP handling to provide a longer bit-shift register with 128 bits. The replay check now accepts packets which are up to 127 sequence number behind the current packet. The upper layer (codecs) gets more packets on slower/bad networks that we may see on mobile 3G/4G connections.

If the codecs do not remove silence then this may lead to some longer audio replay, similar to satellite communication.

GNU ZRTP 4.2.1

Bug fixes in the SRTP part that checks for replay and updates the ROC.

The wrong computations lead to false replay indications and to wrong HMAC, thus they dropped to much packets, in particular under bad network conditions.

Changed the handling the the zrtp_getSasType function the the ZrtpCWrapper. Please check the inline documentation and the compiler warning how to use the return value of the function.

GNU ZRTP 4.2.0

Implemented a new function to read the ZID file if the ZID file backend is SQlite3. This is not a security problem because the ZRTP cache was always public and readable, refer to RFC6189.

SQL statement returns all ZID records, sorted by date, newest on top. The function can then step thru the DB cursor and read the records.

The version also include several fixes, usually compiler warnings, some small problems reported by 'cppcheck' analyser.

Because we have a new set of functions the API changed, thus it's necessary to recompile applications that use the new library version.

GNU ZRTP 4.1.2

Fix the library's name in libzrtpcpp.pc.make

GNU ZRTP 4.1.1

Is a bug fix release that fixes some problems when building a standalone version of the library, i.e. with embedded crypto algorithms and not using on openSSL.

Another fix was necessary for NetBSD thread handling.

GNU ZRTP 4.1.0

Small enhancements when dealing with non-NIST algorithms. An application may set a ''algorithm selection policy'' to control the selection behaviour. In addition the the standrad selection policy (as per RFC6189) this version provides a non-NIST selection policy: if the selected public key algorithm is a non-NIST ECC algorithm then the other selection functions prefer non-NIST HASH algorithms (Skein etc).

GNU ZRTP 4.0.0

For this version I added some new algorithms for the DH key agreement and the Skein Hash for ZRTP. Not further functional enhancements.

Added a new (old) build parameter -DCORE_LIB that will build a ZRTP core library. This was available in V2.3 but I somehow lost this for 3.0 You may add other build parameters, such as SQLITE and CRYPTO_STANDALONE if you build the core library.

GNU ZRTP 3.2.0

The main ZRTP modules contain fixes for three vulnerabilities found by Mark Dowd. Thus we advise application developers to use this version of the library. The vulnerabilities may lead to application crashes during ZRTP negotiation if an attacker sends prepared ZRTP packets. The fixes remove these attack vectors.

Some small other enhancements and cleanup, mainly inside client code.

Some enhancements in cache handling and the handling of retained shared secrets. This change was proposed by Phil, is a slight security enhancement and is fully backward compatible.

Because of some API changes clients must be compiled and linked with the new library.

For details please refer to the Git logs.

GNU ZRTP 3.1.0

This version adds some new features and code that supports some other client and this accounts for the most changes inside this release.

The ZRTP core functionality was not changed as much (bug fixes, cleanup mainly) and remains fully backward compatible with older library versions. However, one nice enhancement was done: the addition of a standalone SDES support module. This module supports basic SDES only without the fancy stuff like many other SDES implementations. Thus it's pretty interoperable.

Some other features are:

  • add some android support for a client, may serve as template for others
  • documentation and code cleanup

Because of some API changes clients must be compiled and linked with the new library.

GNU ZRTP 3.0.0

This is a major enhancement and restructuring of the overall ZRTP distribution. This was necessary because more and more other clients use ZRTP and add their specific glue code. Also some clients are not prepared to use openSSL or other crypto libraries to their code and distributions.

Here a summary of the changes

  • a new directory layout to accommodate various clients
  • add standalone crypto modules, for example for AES, to have a real standalone ZRTP/SRTP library that does not require any other crypto library (optional via CMake configuration)
  • Re-structure ZRTP cache and add SQlite3 as optional storage backend

The default settings for CMake build the normal ZRTP library that use openSSL as crypto backend, use the normal file based cache and include the GNU ccRTP modules. This is a librray that is to a large degree compatible with the earlier builds.

Please refer to the top level CMakeFile.txt for options how to switch on the standalone crypto mode or the SQlite3 based cache storage.

GNU ZRTP 2.3.0

Add a "paranoid" mode to ZRTP. If and applications switches to this mode then the ZRTP stack always asks the user to confirm the SAS thus ZRTP behaves as if it does not have a cache to store the retained secrets. However, setting the paranoid mode does not disable the cache, only the GUI behaviour.

Enhance the CMake scripts to build a ZRTP library that does not contain GNU ccRTP modules and does not require ccRTP dependencies.

GNU ZRTP 2.2.0

Add stubs, callbacks and other provisions to prepare the full implementation of the SAS signing feature, see RFC6189, section 7.2. This feature needs support from applications and is rarely used if at all.

As usual smaller fixes, code clean up etc.

Because of some API changes clients must be compiled and linked with the new library.

GNU ZRTP 2.1.2

The main topic of this release was to add SRTCP support and some missing optional features of ZRTP.

As such I've added some new API and classes that applications may use to add SRTCP or to use the new ZRTP features. the ZRTP stack now supports PBX handling, refer to RFC6189 section 7.3ff.

Because of some API changes clients must be compiled and linked with the new library.

GNU ZRTP 2.0.0

Modify some files to use the new uCommon/commoncpp libraries instead of the GNU CC++ commoncpp2. This affects the ccRTP depended modules such as ZrtpQueue and the Timeout stuff.

Updated to version 2.0.0 to be in synch with the ccRTP version number scheme.

GNU ZRTP 1.6.0

This version implements the Elliptic Curve Diffie-Helman (ECDH) public-key algorithm.

ZRTP also supports new algorithms which are defined as optional in the ZRTP RFC. These are:

  • Skein Hash
  • Skein MAC for authentication
  • Twofish symmetric ciphers

Twofish ciphers and Skein MAC are supported by GNU ccRTP SRTP implementation as well.

GNU ZRTP 1.5.4

The changes in this release affect the ZRTP Configure mechanism only. Some housekeeping stuff (destructors) was added and the C Wrapper how support ZRTP configure as well.

Because of some API changes (added destructors) clients must be compiled and linked with the new library.

GNU ZRTP 1.5.2

Quite a lot of enhancements:

  • a CMake based build process was added
  • a C wrapper was added to enable C programs to use GNU ZRTP
  • some fixes in the code (race condition solved)
  • better support of multi-stream mode
  • change the old cxx file extension to cpp, some build system don't like the old cxx (Android NDK for example)
  • and much more

Because of API changes clients must be compiled and linked with the new library.

GNU ZRTP 1.5.0

Adds a first version of a ZrtpConfigure class that provides applications to select which crypto and hash methods to use.

Because of API changes clients must be compiled and linked with the new library.

GNU ZRTP 1.4.5

Modify the Hello repeat timer handling to accommodate slow connections and/or slow devices.

Fix a problem when the other party sends only ZRTP packets at the beginning of a RTP session.

Interface changes in 1.4.5

No external interfaces were changed, external API and ABI remain stable. Internal interface modifications only to implement Ping/PingAck handling.

GNU ZRTP 1.4.4

Implement the Ping/PingAck packets and associated protocol extensions as defined in RFC6189.

Interface changes in 1.4.4

No external interfaces were changed, external API and ABI remain stable. Internal interface modifications only to implement Ping/PingAck handling.

GNU ZRTP 1.4.2

Introduce the Key Derivation Function (KDF) as defined in RFC6189

The ZRTP protocol version was updated to 1.10.

Interface changes in 1.4.2

No interfaces were changed, API and ABI remain stable.

GNU ZRTP 1.4.0

This is the first release that conforms to the ZRTP specification that eventually will become a RFC6189.

The ZRTP protocol version was updated to 1.00.

Interface changes in 1.4.0

The ZrtpQueue and ZRtp classes implement a new method to get the other party's ZID (ZRTP identifier). An application, for example a SIP or XMPP client, may use this method to get the other party's ZID and store it together in a contact list. This enable the application to check the ZID if the user calls the other party again. A client shall implement such a feature to enhance security if user's don't compare the SAS on every call after they confirmed a SAS once.

Clients must be compiled and linked with the new library.

GNU ZRTP 1.3.1

This is an update to version 1.3.0 and implements the ZRTP multi-stream mode handshake. The ZRTP protocl version was updated to 0.90 and interoperability tests using the latest Zfone build and Zfone Beta (dated September 6, 2008) were successful.

No changes in the external API and ABI with respect to 1.3.0 - thus no recompile or rebuild of clients are necessary if they use 1.3.0.

To checkout version 1.3.1 specify revision 494 (-r 494).

GNU ZRTP 1.3.0

This version is and update to version 1.1.0 an implements the latest changes define in the ZRTP draft. The changes resulted in an update of the API, therefore existing applications must be recompiled.

This version of GNU ZRTP is compatible to and was tested to work with the latest Zfone beta (dated June, 10, see Zfone project site). Only in one specific error case is a slight incompatibility that will be fixed with the next Zfone beta. This incompatibility results in a severe error information at the client. The error only happens if someone modified the first retained shared secret entry in the retained secret cache, for example disk/storage read error. This is a very unlikely situation.

Interface changes in Version 1.3.0

The Method ''setSipsSecret(...)'' is no longer available. ZRTP does not support this additional secret anymore.

The method ''setOtherSecret(...)'' was renamed to ''setPbxSecret(...)'' to reflect the modification in the draft.

The method ''setSrtpsSecret(...)'' was renamed to ''setAuxSecret(...)'' to reflect the modification in the draft.

GNU ZRTP 1.1.0

GNU ZRTP 1.1.0 implements the basic ZRTP as specificied in the document ''draft-zimmermann-avt-zrtp-06x''. You may access this document atURL

This version of GNU ZRTP does not support the additional featurs of ZRTP such as Multi-stream mode, Pre-shared mode, PBX enrollment, and SAS Signature. However, to keep the external interface as stable as possible I already implemented stubs for the additional features. Some later versions may have these features implemented, depending if they are required by the community.

The current version of GNU ZRTP is compatible and was tested to work with the latest Zfone beta (dated April, 2nd) (see Zfone project site).

Interface changes

The ''SymmetricZRTPSession'' implements some new methods to control ZRTP and its new features. An application usually uses only a few methods to setup GNU ZRTP. All others are optional and an application may use them only if it requires a special feature (which are not yet implemented :-) ).

The ''ZrtpUserCallback'' class was modified as well. From an application's point of view

  • The methods in ''ZrtpUserCallback'' are not pure virtual anymore but just virtual and have a default implementation, usually a simple return. An application may extend this class and overwrite only those methods it requires.

  • Change of the constructor - remove the queue parameter thus we have a very simple standard constructor. This modifcation may requires a small change in the application or class that uses or extends ''ZrtpUserCallback''.

  • The method showSAS has an additional parameter:

    showSAS(std::string sas, bool verified);

the verified flag is set to true in SAS is verified, false if not verified. This allows a more flexible support to display the SAS even if SAS is verified. Formerly ZRTP did not call "showSAS()" if SAS was verified. Now ZRTP always calls showSAS and provides the verification information explicitly.

  • The signature of the following user callback methods was changed:

      showMessage(GnuZrtpCodes::MessageSeverity sev, int32_t subCode)
    
      zrtpNegotiationFailed(GnuZrtpCodes::MessageSeverity severity,
                                         int32_t subCode)
    

    The GNU ZRTP core and the ZRTP ccRTP extension do not contain message strings anymore. Both use codes to inform an application about events, problems or failure. The folder ''demo'' contains a small demo program that shows one way how to map the codes to strings. Delegating string handling and formating to the application simplifies internationalization etc.

Please note: some new callback methods and ''SymmetricZRTPSession'' methods are only stubs in the current version. The real implementation (filling the stubs with real code) will be done some time later (see above about unsupported features).

Header files

The new version greatly reduces the number of header files installed in the include directory. In the new version I decoupled the internal header files and implementation from the external classes and interfaces an application requires. Only six header files are installed in GNU ZRTP's include directory (libzrtpcpp subdirectory in the usual include paths)

Demo program

The new folder ''demo'' contains a small demo program that shows various ways how to use GNU ZRTP to setup secure RTP (SRTP) sessions even without signaling protocols