SSL-Explorer 1.0.0_RC11 released

SSL-Explorer version 1.0.0_RC11 has been released. SSL-Explorer is the world's first open-source, browser based SSL VPN solution. This unique remote access security solution provides users and businesses alike with a means of securely accessing network resources from outside the network perimeter using only a standard web browser.

The 1.0.0_RC11 release provides a number of important bug fixes to many areas of the system (see change log below).

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SSL-Explorer 1.0.0_RC11 - December 7, 2007

All Editions

Active Directory
o Corrected logging
o Configured to load at startup

o Incorrect paths on report template
o No global warning displayed when number of secure nodes connected exceeds license limit

o Only key plugins should be loaded during installation
o Removing all access rights does not work correctly
o GZIP compression not working at all resulting in large downloads for all resources
o Logon page not rendering correctly
o Deleting role fails to load associated policy
o Excessive log statements recorded when access right has no permissions
o Directories not browsable
o Date to conversion pattern added to log
o Message resources not loading properly causing menuItem exceptions to be thrown

Enterprise core
o Configured to load at startup

Enterprise Active Directory
o Configured to load at startup

o Configured to load at startup

o Configured to load at startup

o Mailcheck stays connected to IMAP server when authentication fails

o Configured to load at startup

Outlook RPC
o Logging level altered

o Configured to load at startup

Secure Node
o Stopped secure node client does not always go offline
o Routes not deleted when associated secure node deleted
o Registration of secure node not working correctly

o Configured to load at startup

Posted by Lee David Painter 2007-12-07

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