The Inverse Team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of PacketFence 3.3.2. This is a minor release with critical bug fixes. This release is considered ready for production use. Upgrading to 3.3.2 is strongly advised to users of a 3.3.x version.
=== What is PacketFence ? === PacketFence is a fully supported, trusted, Free and Open Source Network Access Control (NAC) solution. Boasting an impressive feature set, PacketFence can be used to effectively secure small to very large heterogeneous networks. Among the features provided by PacketFence, there are: * Powerful BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) workflows * Simple and efficient guests management * Multiple enforcement methods with Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) * Compliance checks for computers present on your network * Integration with various vulnerability scanners and intrusion detection solutions * Bandwidth accounting for all devices A complete overview of the solution is available from http://www.packetfence.org/about/overview.html === Changes Since Previous Release === New Hardware * HP Procurve 5300 series now identified as supported (thanks to the community!) Bug Fixes * critical fix for deauthentication affecting AeroHIVE, Aruba, Cisco Wireless, Motorola and Ruckus. Introduced in 3.3.0 (#1426) * Web Admin no longer showing errors in popup dialogs. Introduced in 3.0.3 (#1420) * violation trigger parser now more tolerant of trailing spaces * 'add user' renamed 'add admin' for consistency (#1381, Thanks to Joao Moreira) * apache tests under pfcmd checkup fails if modules generates warnings (#1283, Thanks to Philipp Snizek) * another shot at 'named not started if using inline enforcement only' * trap_limit feature fixes: local traps ignored and continue processing if no action (#1405) * false positive error reporting on the Web Admin on specific User-Agents (#1408) * saner axis in dashboard graphics ... and more. See the ChangeLog file for the complete list of changes and the UPGRADE file for notes about upgrading. Both files are in the PacketFence distribution. === Getting PacketFence === PacketFence is free software and is distributed under the GNU GPL. As such, you are free to download and try it by either getting the new release from: http://www.packetfence.org/download/releases.html or by getting the sources from the official monotone server using the instructions at http://www.packetfence.org/development/source_code_repository.html Documentation about the installation and configuration of PacketFence is available from: http://www.packetfence.org/documentation/ === How Can I Help ? === PacketFence is a collaborative effort in order to create the best Free and Open Source NAC solution. There are multiple ways you can contribute to the project: * Documentation reviews, enhancements and translations * Feature requests or by sharing your ideas * Participate in the discussion on mailing lists (http://www.packetfence.org/support/community.html) * Patches for bugs or enhancements * Provide new translations of remediation pages === Getting Support === For any questions, do not hesitate to contact us by writing to supp...@inverse.ca You can also fill our online form (http://www.inverse.ca/about/contact.html) and a representative from Inverse will contact you. Inverse offers professional services to organizations willing to secure their wired and wireless networks with the PacketFence solution. -- Olivier Bilodeau obilod...@inverse.ca :: +1.514.447.4918 *115 :: www.inverse.ca Inverse inc. :: Leaders behind SOGo (www.sogo.nu) and PacketFence (www.packetfence.org) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ For Developers, A Lot Can Happen In A Second. Boundary is the first to Know...and Tell You. Monitor Your Applications in Ultra-Fine Resolution. Try it FREE! http://p.sf.net/sfu/Boundary-d2dvs2 _______________________________________________ Packetfence-announce mailing list Packetfenceemail@example.com https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/packetfence-announce