Release Notes: In addition to several updates to software used in IPCop, this release adds CA certificates to better support SSL/TLS email.
Release Notes: In addition to many updates to software used in IPCop, URL filtering was added. This version can be installed using the installation images or as an update from version 2.0.6 (2.1.0 first, followed by 2.1.1). Rebooting is required after upgrading to use the new kernel.
Release Notes: In addition to a few updates to the software used in IPCop, this release fixes creation of CA certificates.
Release Notes: Many changes were made.
Release Notes: This release fixed a problem with the Update download button not working due to an incomplete HTML::Parser update. Three patches were added to fix security issues in Perl.
Release Notes: The update is split into two part to accommodate the free space limitation. The main change is a kernel upgrade with more hardware supported. The second important change is a dnsmasq upgrade in response to the DNS vulnerability CVE-2008-1447. As usual, this version can be installed as an update from previous 1.4.x versions, or with ready-to-go ISO or USB bootable images or PXE for a fresh install.
Release Notes: The Linux 2.4 kernel and iptables are now used. All ECI ADSL supported modems and the Alcatel Speedtouch 330 modem are now supported. The port forwarding interface was improved with support for port ranges and PPTP (GRE). Danish, Dutch, Greek, Norwegian, Spanish, and Swedish languages are now available and can be selected from the Web interface. Improvements were made to log reporting, the open connections display, dial-on-demand traffic selection, and traffic graphing (which now uses MRTG).
Release Notes: DNRD was replaced with DNSMASQ. Updated software includes Speedtouch, Snort, SSH, and a PPTP client. New modules include ip_masq_ipsec and ip_masq_h323. Multiple languages were added (German, French, Turkish), as was configuration backup/restore, support for the Pulsar PCI ADSL card, static DHCP leases, aliasing on the red interface, dial-on-demand ADSL, and proxy graphs.