Release Notes: The development branch has been tagged as stable.
Release Notes: This release fixes a long standing startup bug that caused it to reprocess files more often than needed. This means that it now starts up several times more quickly. Many new content filtering phrase lists are included. The IPC buffers were increased to resolve problems with long log lines and URLs.
Release Notes: This release contains many important bugfixes since version 126.96.36.199. These bugs include users appearing to be in the wrong group, HTTP protocol errors, 64-bit compatibility, gentle restart loading unneeded config files, and compilation issues on Debian, FreeBSD, and Mac OS X. The non-English message files have also been updated.
Release Notes: This version corrects a problem where the banned file extensions can be bypassed by hex encoding the file name. Also included are updated docs and language files.
Release Notes: This version includes 15 months of development of new features which include massive performance improvements, filter groups, soft restart, temporary bypass, and many more.
Release Notes: This version closes a security hole where a specially crafted request could force an unclean page into the clean page cache and thus bypass filtering. Also fixed is an unrelated memory allocation error which could occur in some rare situations.
Release Notes: A URL filtering bypass which worked by appending a period '.' after the domain has been fixed.
Release Notes: The missing ICRA violence to objects was added, as well as improved URL filtering avoidance detection by better logic to find paths with a double slash "//".
Release Notes: A bug which gave incorrect reports of malformed URLs was fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a workaround where a user could put a double forward slash in the path of a URL to bypass some of the filtering.