• Endian SRL has announced the release of Endian Firewall 3.3.2, the latest version of the project’s Linux security distribution, based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and designed for home use, that can transform a hardware appliance into a full-featured Unified Threat Management (UTM) solution. The new version comes with a long list of improvements and bug fixes: “The Endian team is proud to announce the new Endian Firewall Community release. First, we’re releasing a huge set of updates that has a ton of bug fixes and minor feature improvements. In addition, we’re releasing a new ISO image for those who want a new install with all the latest and greatest packages. Last, we’re switching our development cycle to use rolling releases which means you guys should be hearing (and receiving ‘update goodies’) a whole lot more from us on a much more regular and frequent basis. Changelog: add kernel module RTL8152/RTL8153; add NVMe support to kernel; fix igxbe compilation issue; bug fix - onedrive.live.com is blocked by DNS Proxy; bug fix - IMAP training fails if mail is incomplete; bug fix - cannot create backup if the remark field contains only integers; bug fix - body of HA notification mails are sent as attachments…” Read the rest of the release announcement for a complete changelog. Download: community-x64_3.3.2.iso (359MB, SHA256).

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