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RBridge comes with a 30 day trial license. With a trial license RBridge needs to be restarted after one hour of operation (which can be safely done with cron).

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RBridge 8.214, Release-Date: May 31, 2019

RBridge Release 8.214
RPM package for RHEL and CentOS (64Bit)

RBridge-8.214-1.x86_64.rpm ( 40K )
MD5: ee9a800c28cd306f5b16630ad12122f2
RBridge Release 8.214
Debian/Ubuntu dpkg Package for Linux amd64 and x86-64

balanceng_8.214_amd64.deb ( 56K )
MD5: 8575dde525b761413ce0efba2fb08e3a
RBridge Release 8.214
Debian (Raspbian) dpkg Package for Raspberry Pi

rbridge_8.214_armhf.deb ( 52K )
MD5: 83cb9e60737ce5bff1b9056a62fc85ea
RBridge Release 8.214
Generic Linux tarball distribution for Linux amd64 and x86-64

RBridge-8.214.tar.gz ( 64K )
MD5: be66e01a51b666a12e55f8d17a88926b
RBridge Release 8.214
macOS installation package 10.14 (Mojave)

RBridge-8.214-macOS.pkg (146K)
MD5: ae6afc7bbb70c913b61e3bdba1537103

Release History:

RBridge 8.214: May 31, 2019

  • New pricing and free licenses for the Raspberry Pi platform.

RBridge 8.212: May 13, 2019

  • The licensing has been simplified.

RBridge 8.211: April 16, 2019

  • A log message typo has been fixed.

RBridge 8.210: April 2, 2019

  • The licensing options and pricing has been updated.

RBridge 8.208: March 29, 2019

  • With true_random_keymaterial the macsecret is now xored to compute the authentication hash (if present).
  • The online resources have been updated.

RBridge 8.207: March 28, 2019

  • When true_random_keymaterial and key are both set, the selected true random key is xored with the internal key before encryption and decryption. This allows interpreting the same true random key material differently for different RBridge links and over time.
  • A potential attacker trying to decrypt previously recorded DASP packets needs both, the true random key material AND the key that has been set at the time of the recording.
  • The online resources have been updated.

RBridge 8.206: March 27, 2019

  • ChaCha20 is now the default encryption algorithm
  • with “encryption_mode = 1” AES-256 CTR is used instead

RBridge 8.201: March 16, 2019

  • A minor typo has been fixed.
  • The configuration example in /opt/RBridge has been updated.

RBridge 8.200: March 15, 2019

  • Initial “relaunch” release.