BSD Release: OPNsense 20.1
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Jos Schellevis has announced the release of OPNsense 20.1, which carries the code name “Keen Kingfisher”. OPNsense is a HardenedBSD-based specialist operating system (and a fork of pfSense) designed for firewalls and routers. The project’s latest introduces a number of security improvements and updates the default Python version to 3.7. “OPNsense 20.1, nicknamed ‘Keen Kingfisher’, is a subtle improvement on sustainable firewall experience. This release adds VXLAN and additional loopback device support, IPsec public key authentication and elliptic curve TLS certificate creation amongst others. Third party software has been updated to their latest versions. The logging front-end was rewritten for MVC with seamless API support. On the far side the documentation increased in quality as well as quantity and now presents itself in a familiar menu layout. These are the most prominent changes since version 19.7: Captive portal performance improvements; IPsec public key authentication support; Elliptic curve TLS certificate creation; CARP service demotion hook; VXLAN device support…” Additional details, along with a list of changes and known issues, can be found in the project’s release announcement. Download: OPNsense-20.1-OpenSSL-dvd-amd64.iso.bz2 (280MB, SHA256, signature).
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