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OPNsense 15.7.1 Released

jul 08, 2015

Hello everyone, we hope you guys are doing well. We are certainly happy with our first production release out in the open. 🙂 Now that that’s taken care of, we have the opportunity to introduce stable braches for 15.7.x, with this week’s 15.7.1 as the first of many. Squid and Bind have CVE-related fixes. Otherwise, […]

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OPNsense version 15.7 Released

jul 02, 2015

A good evening to you all, while the summer is hot, we push forward to what now is 15.7 — nicknamed ‘Brave Badger’ — right in front of you. A lot of effort went into this project during the past 6 months, and we dare say it has been worth all of it. We would […]

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OPNsense version 15.1.12 Released

jun 17, 2015

G’day everyone, it’s sad but true: 15.1.12 may very well be the last of its kind. 6 months are almost over and 15.7 is around the corner with a number of changes e.g. how we do version numbers, release engineering branches and upcoming versions such as 16.1. As nothing is set in stone, we ask […]

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OPNsense version 15.1.11.4 Released

jun 15, 2015

Hi there, coincidentally, we scheduled 15.1.11.4 for today and have found ourselves in the middle of an OpenSSL/LibreSSL update. FreeBSD has been really quick and provided ports updates for both of them. OpenSSL base updates, however, won’t be shipped today. That isn’t so bad, because we build all ports against the newer version by default. […]

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OPNsense version 15.1.11.3 Released

jun 05, 2015

Hi everyone, a tiny batch of fixes comes bundled with today’s 15.1.11.3 mainly to increase stability during WiFi USB attach/detach. It is a work in progress so please let us know how your experience changes. Here are the full patch notes: config: improved the deletion of backups wifi: do not launch FreeBSD’s rc scripts on […]

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OPNsense version 15.1.11.2 Released

jun 05, 2015

Dear fellow firewall enthusiasts, today’s update includes a shiny new rewrite of the traffic shaper functionality for dummynet, another completed chapter in the ongoing quest for standardisation towards FreeBSD. The other gem is the first batch of translations for Simplified Chinese kindly provided by two of our enthusiastic users from China. We ask for you […]

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OPNsense version 15.1.11.1 Released

mei 26, 2015

Hello again, released last Saturday, the 23rd already. 15.1.11.1 which includes two tweaks for the recent Logjam vulnerability as well as the images for OPNsense on top of OpenSSL. The reason for not providing LibreSSL images is that we are going to make the flavour selectable via the GUI since pkgng does such a great […]

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OPNsense version 15.1.11 Released

mei 26, 2015

Hello everyone, as we are nearing the finish line for version 15.7 in July, we sat down on a single table in the Netherlands this week to review the changes that we’ve made over the past 5 months and we saw that only one road map[1] item is still open: the frequently requested IDS package! […]

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OPNsense version 15.1.10.2 Released

mei 13, 2015

Dear friends and followers, we are happy to announce OPNsense 15.1.10.2 today following a rather exciting firmware upgrade bug that prevented the release yesterday. We are back to normal now thanks to the wonderful people of pkgng, and, boy, do we have news to share. First and foremost, it’s time to reveal to all of […]

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OPNsense version 15.1.10 Released

mei 04, 2015

Dear all, the new release is finally here! Yet before we begin, we’d like to stress this part: please read the notes enclosed; they are important for the future of OPNsense. We are now about two thirds into what is going to be 15.7. On this path, we’ve always released cutting edge snapshot releases and […]

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