OpenNTPD 5.7p3 has just been released. It will be available from the mirrors
listed at http://www.openntpd.org/ shortly.
OpenNTPD is a FREE, secure, and easy to use implementation of the Network Time
Protocol. It provides the ability to sync the local clock to remote NTP servers
and can act as NTP server itself, redistributing the local clock.
Because it uses isolated, unprivileged processes for DNS and NTP operations,
OpenNTPD is especially well-hardened against bugs such as CVE-2015-0235.
Changes since OpenNTPD 5.7p2
* Fixed issue resolving hostnames when the network is initially unavailable.
* Fixed process name logging on Linux and OS X.
* Fixed adjfreq failures on Solaris due to uninitialized struct timex.
* Support building on Linux musl libc.
* Default suggested privilege separation directory changed from /var/empty/ntp
to /var/empty. This directory may be in a different location, depending on
your operating system's packaging scheme. Please ensure that that the ntp
user's home directory is empty, owned by root, and has no write privileges
for other users.
Changes since OpenNTPD 5.7p1
* Switched the drift file from an unscaled frequency offset to ppm.
The latter format is compatible with the NTP daemon from ntp.org.
No forward migration steps are necessary.
* Fixed a memory leak in DNS handler.
* Added support for setting the process title on Linux and OS X.
* Added NetBSD support.
For detailed changes, see the changes either in the OpenBSD CVS repository or
the GitHub mirror.