The NTPsec Project is pleased to announce the tagging of version 1.1.0
RIP Stephen William Hawking, CH CBE FRS FRSA. 1942-01-08 - 2018-03-14 You gave us a Brief History of Time. We will just count it.
Enough user visible changes have been made that this is the 1.1.0 release instead of a 1.0.1.
The code size is now 55KLOC in C, 15KLOC in Python.
Digests longer then 20 bytes will be truncated.
We have merged the NTP Classic fix for CVE-2018-7182.
The following NTP Classic CVEs announced in February 2018 do not affect NTPsec:
CVE-2016-1549: Sybil vulnerability: ephemeral association attack
CVE-2018-7170: Multiple authenticated ephemeral associations
CVE-2018-7184: Interleaved symmetric mode cannot recover from bad state
CVE-2018-7185: Unauthenticated packet can reset authenticated interleaved association
CVE-2018-7183: ntpq:decodearr() can write beyond its buffer limit
We have dropped support for Broadcast servers. We had kept it for older desktop operating systems listening on the local network broadcast domain, a use case that is now no longer in use at sane enviroments, and no longer necessary for modern desktop OSs.
It is now possible to unpeer refclocks using a type/unit specification rather than a magic IP address. This was the last obligatory use of magic IP addresses in the configuration grammar.
OpenBSD has been removed from the list of supported platforms for ntpd. It will be restored if and when its clock API supports drift adjustment via ntp_adjtime() or equivalent facility.
Mac OS X support has been dropped pending the implementation of ntp_adjtime(2).
A bug that caused the rejection of 33% of packets from Amazon time service has been fixed.
The GPG signatures for the tarball, sum file, and signed git tag can be checked with GPG key 0x05D9B371477C7528