Pydio core 5.2.1

Created on 2014/02/07
Pydio 5.2.1 This is a minor release, fixing issues introduced in last major stable 5.2.0, upgrade is recommended and should be straightforward.

Pydio Sync 0.8.4 for Win, Mac & Linux

Created on 2014/01/28
Almost one year after the previous version, tons of energy and sweat put into the Pydio server and mobile apps, we are very glad to announce today a new release of the Pydio Sync client. Although still considered beta, this version should be much more stable than the previous one. Please massively test and report issues! Of course, make always sure to backup your data on a regular basis. The application was highly optimized to be able to handle tons of files without crashing. It still requires Java 6 or Java 7 to be installed on the client desktop. We are working parallely on a new app written in Python for an easier deployment.

Android Client v1.0 now on Android Market

Created on 2014/01/24
Android Client v1.0 now on Android Market I'm glad to announce the very first release of the Android Client for AjaXplorer! Developed using the native language of Android platform (Java), it brings the best of both world (Ajaxplorer server and android device) at your finger tips, to help you enjoy your files everywhere. The details features are described below, it's already almost as complete as its iOS alter-ego.

Pydio core 5.2.0

Created on 2014/01/21
Pydio 5.2.0 This is a major stable release, upgrade is recommended. Please read below the detail of the changes.

CMS Bridges v4.0.2 released

Created on 2014/01/21
Along with latest stable Pydio release (5.2.0), we are glad to announce the release of the CMS Bridges package: bridges were retested against latest stable version of all three CMS (Joomla! 3.X, Wordpress 3.8, Drupal 7.X), and embedded documentation was updated to reflect last changes of our Pydio v5.X

Pydio iOS 1.1 released

Created on 2013/11/11
Glad to announce immediate availability of Pydio iOS 1.1 (legacy app AjaXplorer iOS Client is updated as well) Major changes : iOS7 BugFixes Upload cache problem was preventing uploading more than one file at once Use iOS7 appearance customization - update some icons Rename the file with its original name before opening in external application Uploads and downloads can now be done in background. Quick note: automatically open text files for edition after creation.

Pydio Android Client 1.0

Created on 2013/10/30
New application Pydio is now available on the store. AjaXplorer app will be kept up-to-date for a couple of monthes. Pydio renaming Bugfixes Fixed "Share via"

AjaXplorer/Pydio Core 5.0.4 released

Created on 2013/10/12
This release fixes detected vulnerabilities and some bugs from v5.0.4. Upgrade is highly recommended. It is automatic, using the in-app upgrade mechanism or the Linux package managers. Thanks to Craig and Jesus for reporting the vulnerabilities. This is the first official release under the new Pydio name. The various download repositories (update, sourceforge, linux repositories, etc) will be duplicated in the future (ajaxplorer-core / pydio-core) to ensure upgrade compatibility. [Edit Oct. 14th] An error slipped in the first release, if you have updated between 13th and 14th Oct., you may have an error "AJXP_Logger::info() method does not exists" during upload. Make sure to get the plugins/conf.sql/class.AJXP_SqlUser.php from the new package.

AjaXplorer iOS Client 2.0 released > New Pydio app is free

Created on 2013/10/01
Glad to announce immediate availability of AjaXplorer iOS 2.0. Due to App Transfer from one account to another, this update will reset your passwords. If you use a PIN code, you may get stuck and have to reinstall it from scratch. Sorry about that, you should then directly switch to Pydio, which will be the new official App. Major changes : iOS7 layout (still some issues to fix, upgrade will be released soon) Thumbnails view Keep Offline for all files Stability and bug fixes.

AjaXplorer Core 5.0.3 released

Created on 2013/09/02
This release fixes detected vulnerabilities and enforces the security level for both passwords storage and tokens generation. It also fixes bugs from v5.0.2. Upgrade is highly recommended. It is automatic using the in-app upgrade mechanism or the Linux package managers. Vulnerabilities fixed and security enforced: new algorithm used for hashing passwords, enforce tokens generation, etc. PHP Mcrypt extension is now more than ever required. A big thanks to Cassidian, Trustwave and IT-Sec for reporting these security problem and their best practice recommandations. CVE number will be published later on. Stabilize authentification (groups, LDAP) on the 5.X branch Stabilize alternative uploaders and remote drivers interaction (Jumploader / FTP, etc) Many GUI bugs fixed

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