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WinSCP 3.7.1

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WinSCP 3.7.1  Change Log

  • SSH core upgraded to PuTTY 0.56. It brings following changes:
    • Security fix: the vulnerability reported by iDEFENSE is fixed. See details.
    • Several other changes.
  • Added support for UTF-8 encoded filenames for SFTP protocol version 4 and newer.
  • WinSCP returns exit code 1, when any command in console mode is interupted due to an error or any prompt is answered Abort (even automatically in batch-mode).
  • Setup application can add WinSCP installation folder to search path (%PATH%). Thanks to Marco Barisione for his add_path tool.
  • New upload option Clear source file ‘Archive’ flag.
  • Command Open in PuTTY can optionally send password to PuTTY. When the option is on, the password must be kept in memory.
  • Usage of option --full-time with LS command is configurable (SCP only).
  • When the server does not support resolving symbolic links (SFTP version 2 and older), the double-click on regular file (possibly symlink) makes WinSCP try to open directory with the same name.
  • Removed no longer useful button Retry from “timeout” message.
  • Warning is shown when user stores session with filled password.
  • %XX in URLs are decoded. Plus sign (+) is converted to space.
  • New option to swap panels in Commander interface.
  • When LS command does not list anything, error messages are shown even if Ignore LS warning option is turned on (SCP only).
  • Added command Create directory to context menu of file panels.
  • Solved all compiler warnings when compiling WinSCP using makefile.
  • Bug fix: When SFTP server incorrectly replied with packet SSH_FXP_STATUS with “success” status, WinSCP tried to decode the packet as if it were packet of expected type in some cases.
  • Bug fix: Backspace changed to parent directory even during in-place renaming of file.
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