IPFire is a Linux distribution that focuses on easy setup, good handling and high level of security. It is operated via an intuitive web-based interface which offers many configuration options for beginning and experienced system administrators. IPFire is maintained by developers who are concerned about security and who update the product regularly to keep it secure. IPFire ships with a custom package manager called Pakfire and the system can be expanded with various add-ons.
IPFire 2.25 - Core Update 145 released by Michael Tremer, 12:32 pm
This is the official release announcement for IPFire 2.25 - Core Update 145. It introduces new metrics for OpenVPN and ships the largest number of package updates that we have ever had, fixing various bugs and carrying plenty of security-related fixes.
OpenVPN Metrics OpenVPN will from now on collect metrics about connected clients. On an extra page, it will be shown which client has connected when and for how long it was connected.
Misc. The random number generator will be launched earlier in the boot process to see the kernel's pseudo-random number generator as soon as possible. On some systems, this could have blocked the boot process for a couple of minutes. Firewall: Connections that are being NATed will now always be logged in the filter chain, too vnstat, the tool behind the net traffic graphs on the IPFire web user interface has been updated to use a new database format and refreshes its graphs more often, for more detailed and accurate data Pakfire correctly uses upstream proxies now A vast amount of system libraries have been updated. They make the system faster, more robust, and more secure: automake 1.16.2, berkeley 5.3.28, bind 9.11.19, cmake 3.17.0, coreutils 8.32, hyperscan 5.2.1, iproute2 5.6.0, ipset 7.6, knot 2.9.4, libevent2 2.1.11-stable, libhtp 0.5.33, libjpeg 2.0.4, libpng 1.6.37, libseccomp 2.4.3, libusb 1.0.23, libwww-perl 6.43, netpbm 10.73.31, openldap 2.4.29, openvpn 2.4.9, suricata 5.0.3, unbound 1.10.1, vnstat 2.6 The translations have been improved by adding new phrases, fixing typos and removing unused translation strings.