Release Notes: There is a small fix to Windows Networking (NETBIOS). Kerberos, klogin, kshell, NIS, IMAPS, POP3S, and ISAKMP have been added. It now correctly detects which filter system is being using on 2.5 kernels.
Release Notes: Support for recent autoconf versions, no longer requiring that packets creating a NEW tracked connection have their SYN bits set, and new CDDB, MSN Messenger, VNC, and PPTP support.
Release Notes: This release doesn't try to enforce the Strong ES model. A nasty flaw in the way UDP reply packets were handled has been fixed. Control over TCP timestamps and support for Telstra's BigPond Cable have been added. The GUI layout on the Protocol tab has been changed. There are NETBIOS fixes.
Release Notes: Explicitly requesting /bin/bash when running scripts, a new "Restore to factory defaults" button, and additions and improvements to the manual.
Release Notes: This release fixes a small bug in the DHCP rules, and fixes ipchains support. It adds support for AudioGalaxy and DirectPlay (most Microsoft games) and Halflife. The source port usage info in the protocol DB has been made tighter. It now also looks for ipchains/iptables in /usr/local/sbin.
Release Notes: Proper multi-language support has been added to the protocol DB. A nasty bug in the generated firewall scripts that could cause the machine to appear to hang at boot time has been fixed. A small design bug concerning the user defined protocols has been fixed. It now looks for ipchains or iptables in /usr/sbin/.
Release Notes: This release fixes NFS and Diablo II support. It adds XDMCP support, DHCP support, and a "Log Aborted TCP connections" option. This can detect half-open stealth scans. Now every nmap scan type can be logged. The iptables part now only accepts NEW state tracking entries that are SYN packets. There are numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: Renamed "Authentication" to "ident/auth". LDAP, LDAP-SLL, SWAT, Diablo II, IPP, and Nessus have been added to the DB. Various updates and bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: 'Advanced Protocol Help' functionality added. Bug in the definition for ICQ that left the firewall wide open and annoying "[: -eq: unary operator expected" buglet fixed. Virtual interfaces support, NIC broadcast address functionality, and code to enforce the Strong ES model (RFC 1122 section 22.214.171.124) added. No longer tries to use DNS when there are no appropriate NICs available. Ability to import/export a firewall script to the Advanced tab added.
Release Notes: This release no longer uses the konsole to run the firewall script (it now has its own window for this). When run, the firewall script says what it is doing, and is much more friendly. Gnutella and NetMeeting support has been added. A small bug that sometimes caused the same modprobe command to output multiple times has been fixed. A bug that was causing the configuration to get scrambled when read in has been fixed.