Release Notes: This release includes a new marking module, mark_flag, which can be used to do QoS and routing using indications stored in the ACL.
Release Notes: This release introduces a new module mark_field. It can be used to do QoS and/or routing based on application name or OS name. It also features an implementation of a BOFH option for the MySQL logging module: all connections from a user are closed when the user disconnects.
Release Notes: This is the first candidate for the new stable branch. The main new features are a command mode that can interact with the authentication server and the ability to use globbing to filter on application name.
Release Notes: It is now possible to fix the log prefix per ACL, and to build an advanced marking policy that can be used for QoS or routing.
Release Notes: This release introduces IPV6 support and improves the modularity of user session and packet handling.
Release Notes: The most important changes are fixes for user session logging in SQL and restoration of Mac OS X.
Release Notes: The major change in this release since beta2 is the fix of the hello authentication mode.
Release Notes: This version fixes period handling on reloading and incorrect logging of established packets (they were marked as UNAUTHENTICATED DROP).
Release Notes: From a user's point of view, this release adds ICMP Reject messages and real time-based ACLs. From an administrator's point of view, it adds support for multiple iterations of a module, a new prelude module, and a bunch of new things.
Release Notes: The client now works under FreeBSD and MacOS X. Time-based acls are now possible.