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OPNsense 16.1.7 released

mrt 16, 2016

OPNsense 16.1.7 released   Hi guys, Time for a quick update! We are still polishing our non-MVC GUI pages to match the modern style of the MVC equivalents and fix a few minor bugs along the way. In these matters, we ask for your participation in critically reviewing the changes below in order to catch […]

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OPNsense 16.1.6 released

mrt 09, 2016

OPNsense 16.1.6 released  Hi guys, It is update time! This time around, DHCP and DNS have been freshened up thoroughly, removing both potential and real problems from the GUI and underneath. Additionally, the proxy server gained ICAP support and a category-based remote block list selection. Our firmware mirror support has finally been extended so that […]

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OPNsense 16.1.5 released

mrt 03, 2016

OPNsense 16.1.5 released It pleases us to say that although we ship the latest OpenSSL 1.0.2g today, we have had both SSLv2 and SSLv3 support disabled in our installation for a long while, so older installations are also not affected by yesterday’s announcement. On a slightly related note, LibreSSL was not affected at all. With […]

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OPNsense 16.1.4 released

feb 24, 2016

OPNsense 16.1.4 released Hello there, We pop in for a short stable update, namely 16.1.4. Squid has been updated to 3.5.14 and received a GUI entry for maximum_object_size to define since the default has been reported as a wee bit too small. In other news, the final roadmap for 16.7 will be unveiled later this […]

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OPNsense 16.1.3 released

feb 18, 2016

Good news everyone, It is time for a smaller update to 16.1.3. There is another fix for our Hyper-V users, the health section finally received its CPU temperature graph and a few ports have been updated to their latest version. Nothing of particular interest happened, no issues with glibc from our side today. 🙂 A […]

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OPNsense 16.1.2 released

feb 05, 2016

OPNsense 16.1.2 released   (documentation on docs.opnsense.org has been updated to reflect new features listed below)   Hi guys, It is time for a swift update for our dear Hyper-V users.  There is a packet forwarding regression in FreeBSD 10.2 that has not been added as errata yet so we had to pin it down […]

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Fighting fraudulent networks using secure connections (SSL) with OPNsense

feb 02, 2016

Fighting fraudulent networks using secure connections (SSL) with OPNsense As the focus of hackers and cybercriminals is shifting – from network intrusion attempts to exploiting weaknesses in applications – application-layer attacks increasingly make use of encryption to dodge network security defenses.     There are numerous threats that you encounter on a daily basis and […]

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OPNsense 16.1.1 released

feb 02, 2016

OPNsense 16.1.1 released   Hi guys, Today we are following up on the OpenSSL advisories. LibreSSL wasn’t affected (surprise, surprise), but received a tiny fix to sync up with the deprecation of the high-severity SSL_OP_SINGLE_DH_USE option of its sibling. In other news we are adding a few minor fixes along with all-new SSL-centric rulesets for […]

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OPNsense 16.1 Released

jan 28, 2016

Welcome back! No, we would not say it was easy getting here, but booting into 16.1 for the first time sure is as relieving (and exciting) as it could get for our project growing beyond what we had ever imagined. It has been more than a year since OPNsense first came out. Back then it […]

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OPNsense 15.7.25 Released

jan 18, 2016

Hi everyone, This is good-bye. 6 months have passed and 15.7 has served us well. In only 10 days 16.1 will be out and it is looking shiny. Please study the end of life announcement on the firmware page before attempting to upgrade to the next version. As such, we have incorporated all of the […]

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