Release Notes: This release rips out dotconf and replaces it with libconfig (a sample config is included). There are other miscellaneous fixes and improvements.
Release Notes: A serious signing bug was fixed. Upgrading is strongly recommended.
Release Notes: The last release had a bug in which it would allow all packets through, regardless of the verdict. This release should fix that.
Release Notes: A few minor cleanups were made to make the client work with newer machines and OSes. It now compiles and runs successfully on FC9 under 2.6.25 on a 64-bit machine.
Release Notes: The new netfilter-queue architecture is now used.
Release Notes: This release has many feature enhancements, including a caching mechanism, changes to autoconf configuration, a stats socket and stats reading program, enhanced documentation, and other enhancements and fixes.
Release Notes: This release includes a fairly robust caching mechanism, a switch to the autoconf architecture, support for a statistics socket so statistics can be gathered on a running basis, and numerous other small and large fixes and features.
Release Notes: Support was added for firedns, different log facilities, a dryrun mode (so it can be tested without actually dropping packets), and a couple of options to ensure that only SYN packets and packets destined for port 25 are handled unless the administrator takes an affirmative action. Some code was cleaned up, and the Makefile was revamped.
Release Notes: Support for reject fallthrough was added, which causes the IP address to show up in the log. Some compilation cleanups were made, and there is now a wiki instead of a README.
Release Notes: A problem that caused the program to die upon receiving large packets was fixed - packets up to 64K are now acceptable. The ip_queue target is now checked on startup. Another error handling bug was fixed, and the requirement that blocklists resolve was temporarily disabled. References to BSD were removed, as netfilter doesn't seem to be available on that platform afterall. Upgrading is recommended.