Asterisk 13.28.0 Now Available

The Asterisk Development Team would like to announce the release of Asterisk 13.28.0.
This release is available for immediate download at

The release of Asterisk 13.28.0 resolves several issues reported by the
community and would have not been possible without your participation.

Thank you!

The following issues are resolved in this release:

Security bugs fixed in this release:
 * ASTERISK-28447 - res_pjsip_messaging: In-dialog MESSAGE with
      no body causes crash
      (Reported by Gil Richard)
 * ASTERISK-28465 - Broken SDP can cause a segfault in a T.38
      (Reported by Francesco Castellano)

Bugs fixed in this release:
 * ASTERISK-28457 - [patch] Fix crash in chan_dahdi on 32-bit
      systems caused by ASTERISK-28317
      (Reported by abelbeck)
 * ASTERISK-26006 - Show offending IP for TLS setup failures in
      (Reported by Oleksandr Natalenko)
 * ASTERISK-28444 - chan_pjsip: Peer IP for SSL handshake errors
      not logged
      (Reported by Bernhard Schmidt)
 * ASTERISK-28460 - res_pjsip_sdp_rtp: Fix ICE candidate leak
      with specific usage
      (Reported by Joshua C. Colp)
 * ASTERISK-28018 - IP Fragmentation happening instead of DTLS
      fragmentation on handshake server hello certificate
      (Reported by vijay kumar)
 * ASTERISK-25371 - Crash in hangup at chan_pjsip.c:1749 when
      Asterisk attempts to generate hangup event
      (Reported by
      Abhay Gupta)
 * ASTERISK-28435 - cdr_pgsql: Unix socket doesn't work
      (Reported by Dmitry Svyatogorov)
 * ASTERISK-27981 - res_fax: Fax session leak with fax
      (Reported by pasandev)
 * ASTERISK-28419 - app_amd: Does not work with silence
      (Reported by Nasir Iqbal)
 * ASTERISK-28427 - new mwi.h include missing from some dahdi
      source files, causes build failure
      (Reported by Guido
 * ASTERISK-27994 - PJSIP: Early media ringback not indicated
      after Progress()
      (Reported by Gregory Massel)

For a full list of changes in this release, please see the ChangeLog:

Thank you for your continued support of Asterisk!
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