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pfSense 2.4.0

30 Ottobre 2017

pfSense

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pfSense

pfSense è un distribuzione BSD derivata da m0n0wall, perciò basata su FreeBSD, nata per essere usata come firewall o router sui PC. Utilizza Packet Filter, FreeBSD 6.x e  ALTQ.

Versione 2.4.0

Questa versione contiene (in Inglese):

  • FreeBSD 11.1-RELEASE as the base Operating System
  • New pfSense installer based on bsdinstall, with support for ZFS, UEFI, and multiple types of partition layouts (e.g. GPT, BIOS)
  • Support for Netgate ARM devices such as the SG-1000
  • OpenVPN 2.4.x support, which brings features like AES-GCM ciphers, speed improvements, Negotiable Crypto Parameters (NCP), TLS encryption, and dual stack/multihome
  • Translation of the GUI into 13 different languages! For more information on contributing to the translation effort, read our previous blog post and visit the project on Zanata
  • WebGUI improvements, such as a new login page, improved GET/POST CSRF handling, significant improvements to the Dashboard and its AJAX handling
  • Certificate Management improvements including CSR signing and international character support
  • Captive Portal has been rewritten to work without multiple instances of ipfw
  • Additional benefits of FreeBSD 11.0 and 11.1 include:
    • Security enhancements such as address space guards to address Stack Clash
    • New and updated drivers for a variety of hardware
    • Updated 802.11 wireless stack
    • Updated IPsec kernel implementation
    • Support for Microsoft® Hyper-V™ Generation 2 virtual machines, and other Hyper-V support improvements
    • Elastic Networking Adapter (ENA) support using the ena(4) FreeBSD driver for “next generation” enhanced networking on the Amazon® EC2™ platform

Risorse

La distribuzione può essere scaricata da:

Il sito web della distribuzione è: http://www.pfsense.org/

Screenshot

pfSense 2.0.2

pfSense 2.0.2

Conclusioni

La versione ha 32 bit è stata deprecata.

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