New Core Team Member

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New Core Team MemberOPNsense

by RSS News on 15-08/2016 with 0 comments

The OPNsense project is growing rapidly and it’s with great pleasure that the OPNsense core team may announce that our team will be strengthened with Shawn Webb. Shawn has already  been doing lots of great work and his formal membership is seen as a logical step forward by all of us. – Jos Schellevis Shawn …

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OPNsense 16.7.1 released

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OPNsense 16.7.1 releasedOPNsense

by RSS News on 04-08/2016 with 0 comments

Hi everyone, Thanks again for the warm welcome of the 16.7 series! The feedback has been overwhelming, quite positively so. It was partly addressed in to be released code, shall be weaved into the upcoming roadmap or will be further discussed in our forums. Every wee bit counts on our way to 17.1. This release …

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OPNsense 16.7 released

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OPNsense 16.7 releasedOPNsense

by RSS News on 28-07/2016 with 0 comments

Welcome everyone, It is time for the next major iteration in open-source security! After 6 months and 20 minor releases we hereby declare the general availability of OPNsense 16.7, nick-named “Dancing Dolphin”. The highlights of this major release include: Suricata 3.1.1 with Intel Hyperscan support NetFlow-based reporting and export Traffic shaping using CoDel / FQ-CoDel …

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OPNsense 16.7-RC2 released

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OPNsense 16.7-RC2 releasedOPNsense

by RSS News on 18-07/2016 with 0 comments

16.7-RC2 is here and brings major additions to amd64 architectures: Intel’s Hyperscan library to speed up Suricata rule matching and UEFI boot support! It also brings language packs to their correct 16.7 state, with Japanese already having been completed by the amazing Chie Taguchi. The mirrors have been expanded to allow trackers of -stable or …

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OPNsense 16.7RC1 available

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OPNsense 16.7RC1 availableOPNsense

by RSS News on 04-07/2016 with 0 comments

It has been 5 months since 16.1 came out. Since then, over 1500 commits and 18 stable releases have continuously improved and enhanced the project. Since then, thousands of new users have joined. And our new documentation has been extended and tweaked with numerous guides, explanations and answers to your questions. The cumulation of these …

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