pfSense software version 2.3.3-p1 is now available! This is a maintenance/errata patch available by running an update from an existing installation and it does not have a standalone installer to download.
As part of our effort to provide a more consistent user experience across our websites, we moved the pfSense blog to www.netgate.com. This also allows us to get rid of our only instance of WordPress, as www.netgate.com currently uses a static site generator, greatly reducing the threat surface of our infrastructure.
Netgate has partnered with PatchAdvisor to offer special pricing for the Internet Presence Vulnerability Assessment (IPVA) to Netgate customers wanting to ensure their network is safe from the evolving threats of the 21st century.
We are happy to announce the release of pfSense® software version 2.3.3!
There is recent work converting pages in the pfSense software webGUI to use POST rather than GET. This work is scheduled to appear in pfSense software version 2.4.
Netgate has become aware of an issue related to a component manufactured by one supplier that affects some of our products. This is a widely-used component that is used by many companies around the world.
Zanata is a web-based translation platform for managing localization projects. A lot of effort is expended in making sure that pfSense® software fully supports localization, but until today it has not been easy for people to contribute the actual translations. Now, however, the pfSense project has been added to the online, open-source Zanata platform and translating could hardly be easier!
Many individuals in our community have posed questions regarding the sale of pfSense® software and the ‘rules’ surrounding open source licensing, trademark usage, logo display, etc.
Information and network security solutions that claim to protect businesses from bad actors on the Internet is big business. Unfortunately, many of those vendors sell promises of mitigation based on fear. The best way to understand how you are actually being protected is to audit the security software being used. An independent code review is one of the most fundamental and significant steps that occurs during the software development process.
If you’re havin’ loop problems I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems but a switch ain’t one.
Netgate®, the leading provider of open source security solutions and the host of the pfSense® open source firewall project is proud to announce the availability of professional 24x7 support for pfSense software.
We are happy to announce the release of pfSense® software version 2.3.2-p1!
pfSense® software version 2.4 pre-alpha snapshots are now available.
We are happy to announce the release of pfSense® software version 2.3.2!
With the pending departure of Chris Buechler, we wanted to find a way to express to the community our continued commitment to keep pfSense® software open source.
Over the past few months, the Netgate® engineering team and our community contributors have delivered the software foundation for a new era of pfSense® technology.
2.3.1 Update 5 (2.3.1_5) is now available. Note that updates 2 through 4 were internal-only. This includes two security fixes to the web GUI, and 7 other bug fixes. The 2.3.1-RELEASE change list has been updated with an Update 5 section specifying the changes.
2.3.1 Update 1 (2.3.1_1) is now available. This includes one security fix to the web GUI, and 7 other bug fixes. The 2.3.1-RELEASE change list has been updated with an Update 1 section specifying the changes.
We are happy to announce the release of pfSense® software version 2.3.1!
Since the new pkg system enables us to update pieces of the system individually, rather than the monolithic updates of the past, we have released a patch that fixes the NTP CVEs covered by FreeBSD SA 16:16.ntp. Updating ntpd from 4.2.8p6 to 4.2.8p7 is the only change.
We are happy to announce the release of pfSense® software version 2.3!
We are proud to announce pfSense® software version 2.3 Release Candidate is now available!
Unless you’ve been completely out of the loop, you know that the official release of pfSense 2.3 is on the horizon. In anticipation of that event, Netgate, host of the pfSense® open-source software community and technical leader of the pfSense project, has put together a video that highlights many of the new and exciting changes in this release. Incalculable hours of engineering and testing time has been invested in this release. It’s certainly our biggest yet. As soon as it’s released, you can get it on official pfSense hardware at netgate.com. Enjoy!
Amica Technology is the Select Partner of pfSense® in the UK. As of this writing, Netgate and pfSense is working closely with Amica to facilitate official_ pfSense training in the UK in April. We recently sat down with Chris Howard and his team to talk about the product and other opportunities to work together in 2016 and beyond.
pfSense® software version 2.2.6 is now available. This release includes a few bug fixes and security updates.
pfSense® software version 2.2.5 is now available. This release includes a number of bug fixes and some security updates.
If you’re keeping up with the pfSense project, you will know that 2015 has been a busy year. This includes the launch of our official partner program which enables customers from around the world to purchase official pfSense hardware and services from a recognized and supported entity in their own geographic location.
Last week Renato Botelho do Couto, a pfSense developer and FreeBSD ports committer, presented a talk on pfSense at Lantinoware. Renato reported that the room for his talk was full, and that many people wanted to talk after. It’s great to see this type of response to pfSense in the world.
2.3 has reached alpha.