Release Notes: A fix for a bug (reported only on newer Linux distributions) that caused the fwlogmgmd to exit after attempting to load a saved log. A new parser that handles Fortigate firewall logs.
Release Notes: This version includes an experimental rewrite of fwlogd and fwlogmgmd to use SQLite-based storage instead of a flat file. Some cosmetic flaws affecting the program when used with Java 1.4 were cleaned up.
Release Notes: Minor feature improvements to GUI: "direct filter add" by clicking on logentry with context-button (right mouseclick on PC).
Release Notes: Major feature enhancements in GUI and server parts: fwlogview usability enhancements, GUI customization by use of XML configuration files, fwlogd is able to split logfile (logrotate), fwlogmgmd rewritten as a stand-alone daemon, support for Cisco PIX log, bugfixes, and code cleanups.
Release Notes: fwlogd is now able to split and store logfiles. fwlogmgmd was rewritten as a stand alone daemon, and features for logfilehandling were added. fwlogview now makes use of the new logfile handling, and code cleanup was done.
Release Notes: This release fixes the date filter, which did not recognize days 1 to 9 of a given month and crashed in May. Recently, new log entries were discovered which could not be handled well by the fwlogd, causing the GUI to stop showing the log. This is also fixed.
Release Notes: Ability to choose logsource (local and remote) via a menu in the GUI, and new specialized filters for date and time.
Release Notes: The GUI fwlogview is enhanced so that filters can be applied to columns. The backend fwlogd is modularized to better implement parser for diverse logs. Parser and tabledefinitions for netfilter and ipchains are available.
Release Notes: The logfile parser daemon fwlogd is now modularized. This makes implementation of new parsers much easier. Parsers for netfilter and ipchains are supplied. It is now possible to process logfiles specified on the commandline.