Open Source Software - has Vendor Participation

pfSense 2.1.1 PRERELEASE is now available

By Dale Qualls posted 01-21-2014 12:59

  
For those of you running pfSense as your firewall, IPS, IDS (yes, it does all of those things), a new release is on the horizon.  WOOT WOOT!!!

Chris Buechler, co-founder of pfSense has announced that the 2.1.1-PRERELEASE is available at snapshots.pfsense.org and the list of changes since the 2.1-RELEASE can be found HERE.

For those of you that do NOT use pfSense, I encourage you to give it a look-see.  This is an enterprise-class firewall that is completely scalable to any size environment.




#LawSchool #Large(251-500) #CorpLegalDepartment #Small(under151) #Firm #Government #ServerOperationsandSecurity #Judicial #OpenSourceSoftware #VeryLarge(over500) #Medium(151-250) #FutureandEmergingTechnologies
3 comments
34 views

Permalink

Comments

04-26-2014 19:23

I absolutely love pfSense!!!
Tushar.

03-24-2014 11:07

My apologies for the delay in answering. Yes, I use Untangle as well, albeit behind pfSense. I use Untangle for website blocking and threat management. Great product!

01-23-2014 13:36

Have you had any experience with Untangle for those functions and if so how does it compare?