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Forwarder 1.0.3

Release date: November 2, 2022

This version of the Forwarder contains several fixes and improvements in regards to the general launch of Azul Vulnerability Detection.

Improvements and Bug Fixes

  • Fixed issue with duplicate proxied requests.

  • Fixed IOException: Premature close → channelClosed on Forwarder.

    • A single HTTP/2 connection cannot be used due to load issues, HTTP/2 connection pool was introduced in order to be able to work under load.

    • Added the ability to calculate and log concurrent requests multiplexed into one HTTP/2 connection.

  • Improved error handling and permissions.

    • Enhanced readability of logged messages.

    • Allowed to optionally provide the HTTPS scheme for the IC host when starting the Forwarder.

Forwarder 1.0.2

Release date: October 18, 2022

Improvements and Bug Fixes

  • Minimise the number of Forwarder dependencies.

  • Added the ability to define the log level when starting the Forwarder using three different ways: via properties file, system variable or environment variable.

  • Fixed format of the Forwarder’s uptime. Added the ability to request extended statistics that include memory and CPU consumption.

  • Added homepage to the Forwarder when opening the root endpoint.

  • Simplification of the Forwarder authorization process.

  • Private key regeneration of the certificate on the Forwarder side during the daily certificate renewal process.

  • Added the ability to trust certificates issued to Azul by Amazon’s CA when the Forwarder connects to Azul Vulnerability Detection cloud.

  • No need to manually manage the certificates issued to the Forwarder.

Forwarder 1.0.1

Release date: October 4, 2022

Initial release (internal use only).