- Added xxHash3 support (64/128 bit).
- Blake3 speed improved significantly.
- Automatically check if the target FAT32 device is limited to 4 GB.
- Limited service access to the user profile folder only.
- Multiple bug fixes and UI improvements.
The xxHash3-64 checksum method will be the default for new TeraCopy installations. It is recommended to use xxHash3 or Blake3 instead of MD5 because they provide significantly faster speeds, approximately 3-4 times faster. The only exception is when using a virtual machine on a Mac, in which case SHA-256 should be used. SHA-256 performs exceptionally well on Apple M1 and M2 processors.
Regarding CVE-2023-29586: There is a distinction between a regular user and a non-elevated admin user. The TeraCopy service only accepts requests from admin users, even if they are currently non-elevated. This is not considered a vulnerability since admin users inherently have access to any folder on their machine. However, to enhance security, in this version, the TeraCopy service will deny requests for files located outside the current user profile folder.