OPNsense 16.1.16 released

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OPNsense 16.1.16 releasedOPNsense

by RSS News on 06-06/2016 with 0 comments

  It has been a long journey for HardenedBSD and OPNsense, and finally the paths start to merge as the splendid and battle-proven ASLR implementation gets incorporated into the default installation! It is just the beginning as we will start to leverage the extra security by enabling position independent execution in 16.7 and merge more …

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OPNsense 16.1.15 released

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OPNsense 16.1.15 releasedOPNsense

by RSS News on 25-05/2016 with 0 comments

Hi all, We are dropping in for a quick update bundling assorted fixes and general improvements in all areas. Not much to add this week, see for yourselves… Don’t forget that ASLR is coming next week. Here are the full patch notes for 16.1.15: system: make authentication fallback configurable system: settings cleanup and prettify system: …

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OPNsense 16.1.14 released

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OPNsense 16.1.14 releasedOPNsense

by RSS News on 18-05/2016 with 0 comments

Hello there, It is time for something new. How about an update with your new NetFlow remote export. Or your local reporting frontend? Well, you can always use both if you like. Read all about it here: https://docs.opnsense.org/manual/netflow.html Furthermore, we have added the brand new AQM CoDel version 0.2.1 to the mix, yesterday’s FreeBSD security …

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OPNsense 16.1.12 releasedOPNsense

by RSS News on 28-04/2016 with 0 comments

OPNsense 16.1.12 released  Hi everyone, How are you doing? We have been doing fine, trying new things, moving on further… The progress for our upcoming version 16.7 now accumulates to 3 full months. To that end we are making the transition from ALPHA to BETA on the 16.7 development series. And since we have been …

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OPNsense 16.1.11 releasedOPNsense

by RSS News on 18-04/2016 with 0 comments

OPNsense 16.1.11 released  Hi everyone, We are skipping a bit ahead with 16.1.11 to address a CSRF vulnerability, which shows us the good path we have been on since we started[1] and we will surely continue this security-aware trend. In other news, this update includes native GeoIP alias support, captive portal voucher customisations requested by …

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