NuFW is an authenticating firewall. It adds strict and secure identity-based filtering capabilities to enterprise-grade firewalls. It can also set quality of service on a per-user basis and log user activities into an SQL database. Furthermore, it can use multiple external authentication sources via PAM and be the key of a Single Sign On solution.
|Tags||Security Networking Firewalls|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release features mainly client-side improvements. The SASL mechanism may now be chosen. In case of failure, a fallback is made to the next best mechanism.
Release Notes: This release mainly fixes a compilation problem in gnutls mode and a memory leak in the client library.
Release Notes: This new release fixes some bugs in the client library and brings improvements relative to TLS support.
Release Notes: This first release of the new stable branch of NuFW is a bugfix release over the latest release candidate. The main change is a protocol modification which will permit you to have a new client connect on an older server in the future.
Release Notes: This version features some improvements such as improved protocol and authentication failure login. It also fixes a lot of bugs found in the previous beta.