The x.9.13 release is now available. This is a really minor but very important release. If you are using any of the .NET-based or Java SDKs in combination with Chrome, please upgrade as soon as possible.
A change to the DTLS layer in Chrome 53+ is causing problems in the DTLS handshake performed by the BouncyCastle library shipped with earlier releases of IceLink. Specifically, BouncyCastle 1.8.0 (.NET) and 1.5.3 (Java) will fail to properly respond to a DTLS version negotiation when it is in the server role. This will happen under ordinary conditions when Chrome is the side that sends the SDP offer. In the IceLink examples, this will happen when Chrome joins a session first, and then a .NET or Java-based peer joins second. This only affects connections with Chrome. Firefox and IceLink-to-IceLink connections are unaffected.
This is not a bug in Chrome, but rather a bug in how BouncyCastle handles DTLS version negotiation in the server role. Upgrading to BouncyCastle 1.8.1 (.NET) and 1.5.4 (Java) resolves the problem.
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