OPNsense 17.7 Released For FreeBSD 11 Powered Firewall

Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 31 July 2017 at 12:34 PM EDT. 5 Comments
A big update is available today of OPNsense, the fork of pfSense that serves as a FreeBSD-based network operating system / firewall.

OPNsense 17.7 is based on FreeBSD 11 and includes new SafeStack application hardening, a new Realtek network driver, a Quagga plug-in, and the Unbound resolver is used by the default.

Those wishing to learn more about OPNsense 17.7 can do so at opnsense.org.
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