Quarantine is yet another firewall that has masquerade, TOS, and traffic shaping features. It has a lot of options, but is quite easy to configure. It was formerly known as Netwall.
|Tags||Security Networking Firewalls|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Some (critical) typos in qconfig and quarantine were fixed. The Makefiles were updated. The 0.2.0 version which was released a few days ago was not the final release, but a developement version. Upgrading to 0.2.1a is recommended.
Release Notes: This release includes fixes for a few problems with qconfig, updates and additions to the modules for incoming CVS, DNS zone transfers, and DNS queries, and some other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Quarantine has partially been rewritten and a major code cleanup was made. A new module system is introduced that makes some uncomfortable configuration options obsolete. Some bugfixes were made and new tools and features were added: qmodule for module creation, an upgrade script that makes upgrading from quarantine prior to 0.2.0 easier, post-loading of modules, etc. Note: this release is not really backwards-compatible, so there may be some adaptions to your configuration to be made.
Release Notes: There are minor bugfixes in some 'if' statements and concerning the dnsfwd section. The logfile and logging behaviour have been changed, and some changes from 0.1.12 have been reversed. Declaring a DNS is now mandatory. This will be the last 0.1.x version.
Release Notes: This release has little bugfixes, code cleanups, and feature enhancements regarding the ICQ module, netrouter, qconfig and FQHN resolution. Improved error handling has been implemented.