Endian Firewall Community 2.4.1 released!

After upgrades for Endian Firewall Community to version 2.4.1 have been released last week Endian is proud to announce the now available ISO download.
This release introduces the following new features:

- Japanese is now a fully supported language
- SHA1 is now used instead of MD5 as default hash algorithm wherepossible (#1796)
- A web console has been added
- The system console has been replaced by efw-shell

- Kernel has been updated to LTS version
- Amavisd-new has been updated to version 2.6.4
- Snort has been updated to version
- Hooks that will be triggered on shutdown have been added to /etc/rc.d/halt (#2875)
- "All system logs" has been added to the log viewer and is now set as default (#549)
- netstatus.cgi has been rewritten to recognize NICs that are faster than 100Mb/s
- DNS Proxy
- Randomized mirror usage and switching from cron to anacron to decrease the load on malwaredomains.com (#3113)

SMTP Proxy:
- Support for Japanese emails has been added to the spam filter
- RBL lists have been updated (#2020)
- File extension list has been updated
- Spam subject is now optional (#2781)
- Support for 7z archives has been added

ClamAV Antivirus:
- ClamAV has been updated to version 0.96.3
- Bytecode compiled patterns have been enabled (#2882)
- Google safebrowsing signatures have been enabled

- BADTCP filtering can now be disabled (#3152)
- A logic for classifying bridged OpenVPN traffic in a dynamic way has been added
- An OpenVPN interface has been added to the firewall GUIs in case of the OpenVPN server not being bridged

OpenVPN Server:
- It is now possible to select to which zone the server should be bridged
- It is now possible not to bridge the server but to run it in a separate subnet on its tap interface

IPsec :
- Openswan has been updated to version 2.6.29

- SIP Proxy

Enjoy the new Release
Your Endian Team

Posted by Luis Aigner 2010-11-15

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