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DC++ 0.871 Stable

DC++ 0.871 Stable
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DC++ application is an open source file sharing client for Windows for the Direct Connect and Advanced Direct Connect network. Direct Connect allows you to share files over the Internet without restrictions or limits.

The DC++ client is completely free of advertisements and has a nice, easy to use interface. Firewall and router support is integrated and it is easy and convenient to use functionality like multi-hub connections, auto-connections and resuming of downloads.

DC++ is a highly ranked piece of software among the projects hosted at Sourceforge. With more than fifty million downloads, new users continue to find benefits from the software every day. The program is, based on observable factors, the most prevalent client on the Direct Connect network.

DC++ is free software, written in C++ for the Direct Connect and licensed under the GNU GPL 2.

DC++ Features:

  • No ads, spyware, or bundled software that you don’t need
  • Open source software, code freely available under the GNU GPL
  • Joins multiple hubs at the same time
  • Multiple protocol support (ADC & NMDC)
  • List of bookmark-like favorite hubs and users
  • Shares large files and many files per your organization scheme
  • Tiger Tree Hashes (TTH) used for file integrity
  • Search across all (or selected) connected hubs by file type, size, name or hash
  • Resume of downloads, with optional automatic search for alternate sources by TTH
  • Logging options and configuration for chat, private messages, downloads, and uploads
  • Automatic connectivity setup with autoconfiguration of UPnP and NAT-PMP routers
  • MAGNET link support for linking to specific content
  • Automatic and manual download priorities
  • Saving of user’s file lists for browsing and queueing
  • GUI supports many languages using community supplied Gettext .po language files
  • Segmented downloading
  • NAT-Traversal support
  • SSL encrypted secure hub-client communication and file transfers
  • Bandwidth limiting capabilities
  • Plugin support

Changes in DC++ 0.871 (2022-04-01):

  • Update OpenSSL to version 1.1.1n
  • Offer the current testing release to a random subset of users at start (emtee)
  • [L#1965620] Restore TLS connections to certain servers with multiple hostnames (fix adapted from AirDC++)

Changes in DC++ 0.870 (2021-09-09):

  • Adaptively determine fastest TLS 1.3 ciphersuites (klondike)
  • [L#1703150] Fix crash when closing NMDC hubs (emtee)
  • [L#1909853] Allow the operating system to determine the best socket buffer sizes by default (maksis)
  • Add option to exclude encrypted private messages from logs (emtee)
  • Allow CCPM on unencrypted ADC hubs (emtee)
  • Blacklist an unmaintained hublist server
  • Add new hublist server dcnf.github.io
  • Fix a bug that could keep files from hashing due to CRC errors when automatic .sfv checking is enabled (emtee)
  • Don’t add incomplete TTH trees to hash database (cologic)
  • Don’t share files/directories with non-UTF-8 names on Linux/macOS/BSDs (cologic)
  • Fix GeoIP country in the Transfer View and Search window (emtee)
  • Keep existing GeoIP files after an unsuccessful download (emtee)
  • Update OpenSSL to version 1.1.1k
  • Require TLS 1.2 or newer (currently only TLS 1.3)-based ADCS connections (cologic)
  • “Require TLS ADC client-client connections” setting now on by default (poy)
  • Drop support for SHA-1-based ciphersuites due to chosen-prefix collisions from https://sha-mbles.github.io/ (cologic)
  • Disallow Diffie-Hellman keys smaller than 2048 bits to mitigate the Logjam attack (cologic)
  • Update bzip2 to version 1.0.8
  • Update MiniUPnPc to version 2.2.1
  • Update Boost to version 1.72

Changes in DC++ 0.868 (2018-11-12):

  • During the first run of a new DC++ release shipped with new default hublist servers the new addresses are automatically added to the existing setup (no manual reset/configuration needed anymore)
  • Revisit default hublists, add new working hublist servers; blacklist discontinued or inaccessible server addresses
  • Add function to reset the list of public hublist servers to current defaults
  • Update OpenSSL to version 1.1.1
  • Use default ECC curve list since improvement in version OpenSSL 1.1
  • Remove Coral CDN support, since it’s stopped running
  • Documentation and translations updated as usual, thanks everyone