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: 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.
Release Notes: This version now supports Token Ring networks, and the firewall can now be used with more then one Security Manager.
Release Notes: This patch supports the new Securepoint Log Analyzer. You can connect now directly your Securepoint Firewall & VPN Server with the Log Analyzer.
Release Notes: This version includes a new IPSEC private directory, closes open sockets in the Java server, an updated conf.sh utility, and an update to JRE 1.4.1_01s. db_daemon now also checks the sec-server, and alarm logs are displayed in the client.
Release Notes: In this release, a script language is available for the server and client to add own options and services to the Securepoint Firewall and VPN server. A better handling of IPSec connections over an ADSL link is available and the patch update over HTTP now works.
Release Notes: Three programs for X.509 certificates are now available on the Securepoint server: create-ca, which generates a certification authority on the firewall, create-sc, which generates a server side certificate, and create-cc, which generates a client side certificate in pkcs#12 format. The Securepoint Patch Manager was corrected - sometimes the connection to Securepoint Web-Server failed.
Release Notes: Keyboards from more countries are supported. IPSec now supports X.509 certificates, preshared mode, and RSA signatures. Securepoint Security Manager (client) now displays graphical views of the network topology, and the kernel parameters are adjustable.