Release Notes: This release fixes an important bug in Pin/Tan mode. An update is strongly recommended.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release of AqBanking which no longer links against OpenSSL. It is already used by QBankManager and KMyMoney.
Release Notes: This release introduces workarounds for common server problems. It is the second candidate for a stable release.
Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs in AqHBCI. It is now more tolerant when checking the name of a remote signer since the security does not come from the signer name but from the signature.
Release Notes: This is the first release that no longer requires OpenSSL. It is also the first to be prepared for cross-compiling for Win32 platforms. Pin/Tan with Netbank works again, and many bugs from the last beta release have been fixed. This version uses Gwen's new CryptToken framework.
Release Notes: This release fixes some major bugs in the previous version. A new banking job for loading prepaid cards for cell phones has been added (so far implemented only for HBCI). Work has begun on FinTS3 support in AqHBCI.
Release Notes: This is the first release of AqBanking3. It now uses libgmp instead of the simple "double" type for more precise calculations. AqBanking now uses the GUI functions of Gwenhywfar3 instead of declaring its own GUI modules. The OFX DC plugin now supports additional account types. General code cleanup was done. This version requires Gwenhywfar3 2.9.0beta or later and Libchipcard3 3.1.0beta or later.
Release Notes: On MacOS X, qt is now detected correctly. On Windows/mingw32, the configuration file is saved correctly, and adaptations on gwenhywfar changes are added. For the OFX DirectConnect backend, account types are now set correctly. The bank data files for Germany have been updated.
Release Notes: AqGeldKarte has been fixed and adapted to Libchipcard3, which is now required instead of Libchipcard2. The QBanking frontend is now less verbose. Qt should be found on Darwin. Some other minor bugs have been fixed, and the bank data files for Germany have been updated.
Release Notes: This version now fully supports HBCI in iTAN mode.