All dates are UTC+00:00.




- Updated PGP keys due to compromise.

Inferencium Network's PGP keys have been classified as compromised due
to a major security issue. New keys have been generated to replace them.
Discontinue use of the old keys with immediate effect.

- Added PGP key type.

The key type for each PGP key has been added.



- Enabled HTTP/2.

- Enabled HSTS.

HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is a feature which forces web
browsers to connect directly using HTTPS when trying to connect via HTTP.
HSTS maximum age is set to 5 years (157,680,000 seconds).

- Enabled X-Frame-Options HTTP header.

X-Frame-Options HTTP header prevents clickjacking attacks, by ensuring
that website content is not embedded into other sites.

- Enabled X-Content-Type-Options HTTP header.

X-Content-Type-Options response HTTP header is a marker used by the
server to indicate that the MIME types advertised in the Content-Type
headers should be followed and not be changed. The header allows prevention
of MIME type sniffing by stating that the MIME types are deliberately configured.

- Enabled Content-Security-Policy HTTP header.

Content-Security-Policy response HTTP header allows website
administrators to control resources the user agent is allowed to load for a
given page. With a few exceptions, policies mostly involve specifying
server origins and script endpoints. This helps guard against cross-site
scripting (XSS) attacks.

- Enabled Referrer-Policy HTTP header.

Referrer-Policy HTTP header controls how much referrer information (sent
with the Referer header) should be included with requests. Referrer-Policy
is set to send referrer information only to same origin.



- Added homepage.

Homepage has been added to provide a navigational root for the website.

- Added Changelog page.

Changelog page has been added under homepage to provide a navigational
root to changelogs.

- Added Key page.

Key page has been added under homepage to provide a navigational root to

- Moved keys to individual pages.

Keys have been moved to their own pages to make the key HTML files
modular and easier to modify.

- Forced X25519 key exchange mechanism.

X25519 is a secure and safe key exchange mechanism which is unrelated to
the possibly backdoored P curves. It has 128-bit strength, and its source
code is in public domain.



- Initial release.