IPFire 2.11 - Core Update 62 released

The IPFire Project. ipfire-announce at lists.ipfire.org
Tue Sep 11 13:45:25 CEST 2012


Hello,

this is the official announcement of the latest release "IPFire 2.11 -
Core Update 62".

http://www.ipfire.org/news/ipfire-2-11-core-update-62-released

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Today, we are releasing the 62nd Core Update for IPFire 2.11. This
update fixes some security problems and also adds some new
functionality.

We recommend that you update your IPFire installations as soon as
possible if you are using the outgoing firewall in mode 1.

Outgoing firewall permits hosts on BLUE to access the internet

In earlier releases, it was possible for hosts on the BLUE network to
access resources on the internet which are allowed by the outgoing
firewall although no permission has been granted to the host (blue
access). This is a moderate risk.

The connection overview on the web user interface now shows return
paths. This means you are now able to see which host on the local and
NATted network opened the connections.

php has been update to version 5.3.16, which fixes a number of security
problems and various bugs of other types as well.

IPFire comes now with a script which lets you create VLAN interfaces for
GREEN, BLUE and/or ORANGE. However, it is only possible to configure
this from the command line. Check /var/ipfire/ethernet/vlans for the
configuration.

There are also updates to the usual set of databases: GeoIP, USB
modeswitch, and PCI/USB devices.

Recent posts on the planet and IPFire 2.13

On the IPFire Planet, there are some posts which are very interesting.
Please take a minute to read them and consider subscribing to the Planet
RSS feed".

IPFire 2.13 - Testers wanted!
IPFire 2.13 Tech Preview - Fighting Bufferbloat
The trouble with PayPal...

There are some addons in the testing tree which are not being released
today because we haven't received enough feedback on them to release
them to the general public. If you have the ability to test any of
these, please do so! The sooner we can get them thoroughly tested, the
sooner we can go ahead and release them to the general public.

We recommend that everyone updates to this current version as soon as
possible. Without a doubt, this is the best version of IPFire that has
ever been released. If you think so as well, please consider donating to
the project. If you can't afford to donate, there are some other ways
you can help and get involved as well.

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On behalf of the IPFire development team,
 Michael Tremer




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