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What's New


Welcome to the Mystic BBS Wiki!

The information presented here is current as of the latest 1.12 alpha versions of Mystic BBS.

Release News

Mystic BBS 1.12 Alpha 41 was released on 27 December 2018.

Recent changes, additions and fixes included:

  • Password policy manager - define length, required number of capital letters, numbers, and symbols
  • Passwords now stored using PBKDF2 with SHA512-bit hashing
  • Passwords can be reset via Internet e-mail
  • Group editors now have a Move function
  • SMTP sendmail, BINKP server and FIDOPOLL now support opportunistic SSL (TLS v1.2+)
  • File Base editor now has a /G Global Editor
  • Mystic can now encrypt all of the contents of Netmail messages using AES-256 encryption

For the full details it's recommended you check the latest additions to the WHATSNEW.TXT that ships with each Mystic release.

Getting Started

To get your Mystic BBS up and running head to the Installing Mystic BBS section of this Wiki and/or check out Mystic Guy on YouTube for further how-to videos.

Mystic BBS currently supports Windows (32/64-bit), Linux (32/64-bit), Mac OSX, ARMHF Linux (Raspberry Pi / ODroid, etc).

Content Focus

Work is underway documenting the Configuring Mystic BBS and section of this site.

The Recent Changes link is your friend also to keep up with changes.

Wiki Errors

Spotted an error? Please let us know, email - avon [at]

Mystic Utilities (MUTIL) - completed documenting Mystic Utilities, otherwise known as “MUTIL” and the assorted functions you can run with this tool.

Installation - describes basic steps you need to take to get a Mystic BBS up and running. Also contains information about terminal configurations, enabling SSH/SSL servers, and how to set up the spell checking feature in your Mystic BBS.

start.txt · Last modified: 2018/12/27 21:09 by avon