CipherMail for Android Release Notes
2.1.8Jan 17, 2017
- SMTP username and password did not support Unicode characters. This has been fixed.
2.1.7Dec 1, 2015
- MIME check for eml files was too strict. If a message contained Unicode header values, the message was not seen as MIME ("Raw" Unicode header values are strictly speaking not allowed in email)
- Attached messages with content type application/eml can now be opened.
2.1.5Sep 30, 2015
- On some HTC devices, the account wizard crashed because the color "red" was not defined.
2.1.1Apr 19, 2015
- The certificate list can now be filtered with a search string.
- Some GUI clean up.
- The SMTP user agent was renamed to CipherMail.
- Certificate details view tries to find the certificate issuer even if a valid chain cannot be built.
2.0.0Apr 16, 2015
- Application renamed to CipherMail.
- CipherMail now requires Android 4 or higher.
- Icons updated.
- The trusted root certificates provided by the Android device can now be imported.
- Bug fixes.
1.4.5Sep 22, 2013
- The previous security bug fix (see 1.4.4) failed on some devices.
- The list of included intermediate certificates has been updated (expired certificates were updated)
1.4.4Aug 15, 2013
- Security fix. The default random generator used by Android devices contain a vulnerability which affected the randomness of numbers generated by the secure random generator. A fix has been added to DJIGZO for Android to initialize the generator with extra randomness. For more information on this problem and the applied fix see: Some SecureRandom Thoughts.
- Fix for DJIGZOBB-8 (importing *.der certificates)
- On Android 4.2 and higher, the application log can be sent by email for debugging purposes.
1.4.2Nov 29, 2012
- Sometimes the signature was corrupted of a signed and encrypted message when opened with Outlook.
- Sometimes the smime.p7m attachment (the encrypted payload) returned from the email application was empty if the attachment was retrieved too fast. This resulted in an endless loop trying to download the attachment. The application now waits until the attachment is available. This problem only manifested itself on some Android devices. The previous fix to prevent a loop did not always work if there were multiple applications on the device which can handle S/MIME messages and DJIGZO was selected as the default application.
1.4.0Nov 26, 2012
- Sometimes the smime.p7m attachment (the encrypted payload) returned from the email application was empty if the attachment was retrieved too fast. This resulted in an endless loop trying to download the attachment. The application now waits until the attachment is available. This problem only manifested itself on some Android devices.
1.3.0Oct 11, 2012
- Support for more email clients added. The default Android email client in Exchange mode is now supported.
- DJIGZO can detect the content of the data. Downloading smime.p7m messages from webmail using the browser is now supported.
- Certificates can be moved between certificates and root store.
- Images in HTML email were not always loaded on "Load external images" menu. This should now be fixed.
- Text body is now "linkified".
- Only show subject if subject and issuer are the same.
1.2.3Sep 8, 2012
- Attaching a filename containing Unicode characters was not supported in the compose screen. This is now fixed.
1.2.2Mar 11, 2012
- The sent date header was not set.
- Fixed some other minor issues related to specific Android models.
1.2.0Dec 22, 2011
- Text message parts with "Content-Disposition: attachment" are now shown as attachments and not inline.
- The application can now be moved to SD card.
- The Keystore can be cleared from the Keystore settings page, i.e., all private keys removed and the keystore password cleared.
1.1.0Sep 25, 2011
- Since Gmail 2.3.5, third-party apps can no longer access any email from Gmail. DJIGZO can therefore no longer retrieve additional headers from Gmail messages. The READ_GMAIL permission has therefore been removed.
- When replying to a message, the signer(s) email addresses are used for the recipients if the recipients cannot be retrieved from the message.
- Registration is no longer required for personal use.
- DJIGZO for Android failed on some versions of Android 2.1.
- Self signed signing certificates were not added to the signed message.