Release Notes: Packages for Windows and Mac OS X are now distributed under the GPL, and the source code includes all files necessary to build on Linux, *BSD, Windows, and Mac OS X. This release also includes a few bugfixes in the policy compiler for iptables and for the build problem on Gentoo.
Release Notes: This release includes improvements in the design of the installer dialog to let users start in non-batch install mode but continue in batch install mode later; improvements in support for iptables configurations for bridging Linux firewalls; fixes for several GUI crashes; policy compilers now correctly handle /31 subnets.
Release Notes: This release includes multiple GUI enhancements and improved support for large configurations with new features like user defined subfolders, keywords for tagging objects, dynamic groups with smart filters, and more. Other new features include support for importing PF configuration files and a new object type called Attached Networks, which represents the list of networks connected to a network interface.
Release Notes: This version fixes bugs in the built-installer batch install mode, SNMP network discovery wizard, and few minor bugs in the GUI.
Release Notes: This version significantly improves importation of existing firewall configurations and introduces support for importing Cisco ASA/PIX/FWSM configuration and de-duplication of imported objects. Support for the configuration of bridge and VLAN interfaces and static routes on FreeBSD was added, and it is now possible to generate configuration in the format of rc.conf files. The latest versions of Cisco ASA software are now supported, including the new command syntax for NAT commands in ASA 8.3. The speed of rule compilation has been improved, and is especially noticeable on very large data files.
Release Notes: This release comes with a number of usability improvements and bugfixes, such as the addition of an Advanced User mode to reduce the number of tooltips for power users, and the addition of a new policy rule checkbox to define whether new rules have logging enabled or disabled by default. Critical bugfixes include improved support for Windows systems that use PuTTY sessions and configuration of IP broadcast addresses on interfaces. Fixes related to cluster configurations include support for import of branching rules when a cluster is created and generating NAT rules that require the iptables REDIRECT target.
Release Notes: This release contains a number of bugfixes and usability enhancements. Usability enhancements are designed to make it easier for new users to learn how to use Firewall Builder. Updates include enabling tooltips by default, adding new tooltips, and providing other navigation aids. Several configuration wizards, like the New Firewall and New Host wizards, were simplified to make it easier to create new objects. Major bugfixes include fixing installer issues on Windows systems where users use Putty sessions and fixing wildcard interfaces in PREROUTING rules.
Release Notes: This release includes fixes for a number of minor bugs, and is the first release to officially support HP ProCurve ACL configuration. It also fixes a critical bug in V4.1.0 related to Cisco IOS ACL configurations. Some configurations would cause Firewall Builder to incorrectly generate an error with the message "Can not find interface with network zone that includes address A.B.C.D.".
Release Notes: This version adds support for Address Table objects that use the iptables ipset module, a new toolbar shortcut to view complete generated firewall configuration files in the GUI, and many GUI adjustments to make it more convenient to use it on laptops.
Release Notes: This release fixes several minor bugs in the GUI and other components, improves the policy importer for iptables, and introduces support for HP ProCurve ACLs.