LittleBlackBox 0.1.2 Released!

Version 0.1.2 of LittleBlackBox was released last night. In addition to a new list of private SSL keys added to the database and some minor bug fixes, we’ve introduced a couple new features:

  • Ability to update SSL key database to the latest SVN check-in. This keeps you up to date with the newest SSL keys.
  • Support for BSD and OSX builds. The previous Makefile didn’t build without modifications on these systems.

We add new SSL keys to the database regularly, so run –update often!

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6 Responses to LittleBlackBox 0.1.2 Released!

  1. jtrip says:

    I am having issues running your 0.1.2 binary on OSX 10.6.4 (cannot execute binary file)… I will try compiling momentarily.

  2. Craig says:

    The provided binary is a Linux executable, so it will not run on OSX. Compiling from source should produce an executable binary for OSX.

  3. jtrip says:

    Thanks that’s what I was guessing, I was confused by the mention of OSX support. I confirmed function on a very vanilla ubuntu 10.10… However I did have a problem building it from source. I running ./configure has informed me that the idn library was not found, after a moment of searching and I found that the gnu idn library is for translating international domain names… which seems unnecessary. Thanks for any advice you can give me, I may just need to clean up my dev tools a bit.

  4. Craig says:

    Thanks for the feedback jtrip. The idn library was an optional requirement for libcurl, which has been removed in LittleBlackBox version 0.1.3. Let me know if you have any more issues!

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