The Inverse team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of 
PacketFence 6.0.2. 

This is a minor release containing important bug fixes. 
This release is considered ready for production use and upgrading from previous 
versions is strongly advised.

This is strictly a bug fix release.
It corrects the following issues.

Bug Fixes (bug Id is denoted with #id)

        • Fixed pfdns to prevent pid file deletion when a child dies (#1444)
        • PacketFence will now handle the case where a source in the session is 
not available anymore
        • Fixed missing PID when using device registration (#1447)
        • Fingerbank update will no longer sync all servers anymore
        • VoIP detection flags default will now be undef in admin interface
        • Suricata renamed to suricata_event in violations.conf.example
        • The captive portal will now handle User Agent strings properly
        • PacketFence will now delete the user (not device) session after 
activating sponsor
        • Fixed incorrect MAC address formatting in the reporting section of 
the GUI
        • Fixed "reuse dot1x credentials" in captive portal
        • Fixed incorrect SNMP traps handling
        • Fixed incorrect MAC address handling in radius accounting
        • Added a check to database backup script for mariadb
        • Fixed unregistration date handling when using email registration

If you are running 6.0.0 or 6.0.1 you can get that same bug fix by running the script without upgrading.

Best regards from Inverse,
Louis Munro  :: 
+1.514.447.4918 x125  :: +1 (866) 353-6153 x125
Inverse inc. :: Leaders behind SOGo ( and PacketFence 

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