Release Notes: This release adds a complete work-around, with a new firewall, virus engine (ClamAV), content filter, spam filter, and VPN server (OpenVPN, IPSec, L2TP), automatic VPN client generation, monitoring functions, SNMP support, and a commandline interface implementation.
Release Notes: Active Directory Authentication was added for HTTP Proxy, VPN PPTP, and VPN L2TP. An intrusion detection system was integrated. A command line interface, security wizard, and security manager were added for administration. A Securepoint log server was added for reporting and analyzing logfiles.
Release Notes: This release adds a complete workaround of the spam filter engine for SMTP and POP3, with an update of the spam administrator user interface and a new reporting tool.
Release Notes: L2TP VPN support was integrated. The Linux kernel was updated to 2.4.32-grsec. IPSec strongswan was updated to 2.5.7. In the POP3 transparent virus scanner, the timeout problem of large attachments for slow Internet connections was corrected.
Release Notes: The compression function in the content filter was corrected. An attachment cleaner milter for sendmail was added. The search function for network objects in the security manager can now handle incomplete IP addresses.
Release Notes: This patch fixed problems with the rule engine time exceed error messages and static NAT with protocol any. PPPoE reconnect and static NAT over dynamic IP addresses were corrected.
Release Notes: The kernel was updated to version 2.4.27-grsec. High-availability support (bonding of network cards and trunking) and a new nconfig console tool were integrated. A new rule wizard makes it possible to easily create firewall rules for static NAT, IPSec, and PPTP. The VPN now supports 3DES, AES, and Twofish encryption. A new and faster rule engine was included. A freeware VPN IPSec client was added to the CD-ROM image.
Release Notes: This patch included a kernel update to version 2.4.26-grsec, an nconfig tool allows for updating the root CA, and a new rule engine. The PPTP daemon was updated due to a kernel panic.
Release Notes: This patch includes the feature connection tracking and NAT support for PPTP and a bugfix in that it removes the SCSI controller sym53c416 from the kernel. The controller seems to be incompatible with some newer motherboards.