Change: optimization of client request body reading when using HTTP/2.
Bugfix: in request body filters internal API when using HTTP/2 and buffering of the data being processed.
Change: now nginx rejects HTTP/1.0 requests with the "Transfer-Encoding" header line.
Change: export ciphers are no longer supported.
Feature: OpenSSL 3.0 compatibility.
Feature: the "Auth-SSL-Protocol" and "Auth-SSL-Cipher" header lines are now passed to the mail proxy authentication server. Thanks to Rob Mueller.
Feature: request body filters API now permits buffering of the data being processed.
Bugfix: backend SSL connections in the stream module might hang after an SSL handshake.
Bugfix: the security level, which is available in OpenSSL 1.1.0 or newer, did not affect loading of the server certificates when set with "@SECLEVEL=N" in the "ssl_ciphers" directive.
Bugfix: SSL connections with gRPC backends might hang if select, poll, or /dev/poll methods were used.
Bugfix: when using HTTP/2 client request body was always written to disk if the "Content-Length" header line was not present in the request.
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