Great thanks to the team and Copfilter users for all tests,improvements and additions.2014 11 16 Released Copfilter 2.1.92beta6 for IPCop 2.1.7 This release completes the promised spamassassin 3rd Party rule updates Great thanks goes to Shelby GT500 for sorting out last issues before releasing.An idea that was floating around suggested that you use a refresh_pattern regexp config to do your WU caching.I decided to test this idea out in my squid proxy, along with one or 2 other ideas (the other ideas failed hopelessly but the WU caching worked like a charm.) The original idea seemed to work in theory, yet in practicality it was pretty useless - the updates expired after 30 minutes, there were download inconsistencies, and a whole array of issues.Everything is simple to manage and update through the package manager, making maintenance a breeze.The IPFire development team understands that security means different things to different people and certainly can change over time.You can easily deploy many variations of it, such as a firewall, a proxy server or a VPN gateway.
(Of course, you have to replace the squid binary with the Copfilter once, if you are using c-icap!
2014 11 09 Released Copfilter 2.1.92beta5 for IPCop 2.1.7 This is a security and bug fix release and it is recommended to update your system as soon as possible.
Great thanks goes to Shelby GT500 for sorting out last issues before releasing.
It was inspired as a low-cost, open source alternative to the Ad Trap.
The Pi-hole works on the the B, B and Pi 2 (it can also run on the Zero, but you need a micro-USB-to-Ethernet adapter) The automated installer includes a nice Web interface, which shows stats from a Web page. Here is a screenshot: The Pi-hole is free, but powered by your donations.