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12/06/06 - md5sha1sum 0.9.5 is released. This release fixes a bug which would cause incorrect output.
12/05/06 - md5sha1sum 0.9.4 is released. Fixes for OS X 10.4 and GCC 4.0 are the main reasons for the release.
08/03/04 - md5sha1sum 0.9.2 is released. It now compiles on Mac OS X and has a couple of new features.
08/02/04 - Microbrew releases the first of its tool series. It is a replacement for GNU's md5sum. It also provides sha1sum and ripemd160sum. Take a look at md5sha1sum 0.9.1.
12/04/02 - Much improved security is featured in the 0.1.2 Alpha release of Microbrew Message Center.
10/16/02 - Faster code and more functionality are featured in the release of the 0.7.x series of MicroSieve.
07/23/02 - Bug fixes and an improved stats output headline in MicroSieve 0.5.6.
07/12/02 - After a long wait, the much improved Microbrew Message Center is released.
05/02/02 - The latest version of MicroSieve (0.5.5) features bug fixes as well as a major speed improvement for Linux users.
04/22/02 - Microbrew Software is proud to release the initial public version of Microbrew Message Center.
04/17/02 - Fixes against a DoS threat and feature and speed improvements headline in the release of MicroSieve 0.5.4. All users should upgrade.
01/28/02 - New feature enhancements headline the release of MicroSieve 0.5.3.
01/14/02 - Overall behaviour enhancements are featured in the latest release of MicroSieve, version 0.5.2.
12/26/01 - Minor feature enhancements are featured in the latest release of MicroSieve, 0.5.1.
12/17/01 - The lastest MicroSieve 0.5.0 incorporates a new set of features to make it even more effective at filtering spam from news.
11/06/01 - We are proud to release the first stable version of MicroSieve. Version 0.4.0.
10/29/01 - New Linux support and minor bug fixes are featured in MicroSieve 0.3.1.
10/22/01 - Microbrew proudly announces the release of MicroSieve version 0.3.0. This version is easier to build, easier to configure, and easier to use.
04/06/01 - We now have a booting system ready for the Microbrew Linux distribution. Once we get a set of packages ready for a fully functional system and test them, we will release an alpha level distribution for further testing.