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[Linphone-users] [Release] Linphone Desktop Edition version 3.11.1

From: François Grisez
Subject: [Linphone-users] [Release] Linphone Desktop Edition version 3.11.1
Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2017 17:30:48 +0100

Hi everybody,


A new version of Linphone for desktop platforms has been released today. That new version does not come with new features for end-users but aims to stabilize the existing code by bringing performance enhancements and bug fixes.


Among changes since the last version, let's talk about:

  • An effort has been made to improve performances of H264 encoding/decoding on MacOSX.
  • Bug fixes have been made around presence sharing. It was not possible to a given user to forbid one of its contact from seeing its presence status once it has authorized it. In concrete terms, unchecking the "Allow that contact to see my presence status" checkbox in contact settings did not have any effect if it had been checked before.
  • Performance enhancements have been made in presence list sharing feature.
  • For developers using Liblinphone, an abstraction has been developed to easily add other text message encryption implementations.


Security vulnerability fix: please note that this release fixes a security vulnerability that has been introduced in the last release i.e. Linphone Desktop 3.10.2. The issue concerns the TLS negotiation between Linphone and SIP proxies, which are vulnerable to 'man-in-the-middle' attacks since the Common Name fields of certificates delivered by proxies was not challenged anymore with the SIP URI used to connect on them. That is why we highly recommend users using Linphone 3.10.x to update to Linphone 3.11.x.


As usual, precompiled versions are provided for Windows and MacOSX at these locations:

Source packages for GNU/Linux packagers are available here:

Additional plugins for Mediastreamer:



Best regards,


François Grisez

Software Engineer

Belledonne Communications

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