Release Notes: IP addresses are now tagged with their country of origin. Application-level authentication has been added. A heat map that shows the distribution of high priority alerts by country has been added.
Release Notes: Major iPhone interface changes were made. Minor updates and big fixes were made. A Nagios plugin was added to monitor the Threat Index.
Release Notes: A bug where the threat index wasn't being calculated correctly was fixed. A bug where high priority attacks on the dashboard weren't being filtered correctly was fixed.
Release Notes: The events page didn't understand the minutes_ago param, so clicking a link from the dashboard would force the events page to run through the full database instead of that timeframe. Also, the Threat Index didn't include high and medium severities in the same calculation, so you might see the same IP twice, and not the aggregate as you should have. These issues have been fixed.
Release Notes: A bug was fixed so that the default dashboard now shows the correct timeframe. Dashboard widgets now refresh automatically. ARIN links were added to all IP addresses. A visual cue was added for high threat indexes.
Release Notes: An iPhone Web version was added. JSON and XML API support was added. CSV export options were added to the events page.
Release Notes: Postgres support was added. Online signature references were added. UI cleanup was done. An about page was added that lists contributors, libraries, and other contributions made directly and indirectly.
Release Notes: A Ruby on Rails Web interface is now used instead of a Java GUI. All features from the GUI are available in the new version and many more. There is currently no README for the deployment, but the only requirements are Ruby on Rails 2.1 and MySQL.
Release Notes: This release fixes a MySQL 4.1 connection problem.
Release Notes: Code cleanups and two additional graphs.