OPNsense 15.7 Released As Fork Of Pfsense
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 3 July 2015 at 08:19 AM EDT. 1 Comment
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As a fork of pfSense, the OPNsense project that's a FreeBSD-based open-source firewall distribution did its first production-ready release this week.

The OPNsense 15.7 release added i386 and NanoBSD support, LibreSSL support, re-based to FreeBSD 10.1, added OpenDNS support, intrusion detection support, new local/remote backlist options, some security fixes, and added many other new features.

Those looking for a new firewall distribution powered by FreeBSD can give OPNsense a shot via OPNsense.org.
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