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Release of KMyFirewall 1.1.1

THE INSTALLATION PROCESS IN v1.1.0 IS BROKEN! Please update to KMyFirewall 1.1.1

As reported by Donatas Gloden the installation process in version 1.1.0 is seriously broken - IT DOES NOT INSTALL A VALID SCRIPT!
So please Update to v1.1.1 that i've just released on sf.net if you are using 1.1.0!

Posted by Christian Hubinger 2008-02-01

Release of KMyFirewall 1.1.0

Well, it has been a while since the last release, almost 2 years ;)

Sorry for the slow progress until now, but i hope the new KMyFirewall 1.1.0 release will excuse the long waiting.

This release includes lots of cool new features (e.g. multi target configuration, remote installation etc.) and fixes all known bugs. Again the document format has changed a bit but i did my best to make it compatible with rule sets created using v1.0.x... read more

Posted by Christian Hubinger 2008-01-20

Release of KMyFirewall 1.0

Important: As the file format used to save the rulesets has changed, rulesets created with KMF < 1.0beta1 WILL NOT work, don't even try it!

Sinze the last stable release KMF has been completely rewritten in order to be even more flexible and on the other hand easier to use.
New plugin framework

Most parts of the application has been rewritten introducing a plugin framework that allows to add new IPTables rule option editors to be written within a few hours (well maybe days depends on the options complexity :).
This will allow us (and contributors) to easily implement the fast growing number of IPTables ruleoptions without the need of understanding the whole application.... read more

Posted by Christian Hubinger 2005-12-11

Release of KMyFirewall 1.0beta1

Release of KMyFirewall 1.0beta1

Important: As the file format used to save the rulesets has changed, rulesets
created with KMyFirewall < 1.0beta1 WILL NOT work, don't even try it!

During the last year KMF has been completely rewritten in order to be even more
flexible and on the other hand easier to use.

New plugin framework

Most parts of the application has been rewritten introducing a plugin framework
that allows to add new IPTables rule option editors to be written within a few
hours (well maybe days depends on the options complexity :). This will allow
us (and contributors) to easily implement the fast growing number of IPTables
ruleoptions without the need of understanding the whole application.... read more

Posted by Christian Hubinger 2005-03-21