The NTPsec Project is pleased to announce the tagging of version 0.9.6.
ntpkeygen has been moved from C to Python. This is not a functional
change, just another move to improve maintainability and reduce attack
surface by decreasing line count.
ntpdig has also been moved from C to Python. Though this is also
mostly a move to reduce line count, the new version does have some
functional changes. Obsolete options have been dropped, logging is
done a bit differently, and the synchronization-distance computation has
been brought up to date with ntpd’s. Also, this version can be told to
collect multiple samples and use whichever has the lowest combination
of stratum and synch distance.
A new tool for time-service operators,
ntpmon, supports real-time
monitoring of your NTP installation’s status.
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