The Wireshark Foundation has announced today, November 1, that Wireshark 1.10.3, the world’s most popular network protocol analyzer, is now available for download, a version that patches vulnerabilities, fixes bugs, and updates protocols.
Wireshark 1.10.3 is the third maintenance release for the stable Wireshark 1.10 branch, fixing several vulnerabilities, including IEEE 802.15.4 dissector, NBAP dissector, SIP dissector, penWire dissector, and TCP dissector.
Moreover, numerous bugs were squashed in Wireshark 1.10.3, including wrong interpretation of GTS starting slot, a crash when trying to delete the same entry (length range) twice, a crash if wrong "packet lengths range" was entered, as well as Bluetooth SDP improvements and fixes.
Last but not least, the following protocols have been updated in Wireshark 1.10.3: Bluetooth SDP, 3GPP2 A11, BSSGP, DCERPC NDR, DCERPC, DCERPC NT, DNS, DIAMETER, DVB-S2, EtherNet/IP, Ethernet, H.225, IRC, IEEE 802.15.4, NBAP, OpenWire, NTLMSSP, PTP, SIP, RTP, TCP, XMPP, and WiMax.
Download Wireshark 1.10.3 for Linux, Wireshark 1.10.3 for Mac OS X and Wireshark 1.10.3 for Windows right now from Softpedia. The development version 1.11.0 of Wireshark is also available for download on these locations. More details can be found in the official release notes.