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EnGarde Secure Community 3.0.11 Now Available Print E-mail
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Latest News Guardian Digital is happy to announce the release of EnGarde Secure Community 3.0.11 (Version 3.0, Release 11). This release includes several bug fixes and feature enhancements to the SELinux policy and several updated packages.

EnGarde Secure Community is a secure distribution of Linux engineered from the ground-up to provide organizations with the level of security required to create a corporate Web presence or even conduct e-business on the Web. It can be used as a Web, DNS, e-mail, database, e-commerce, and general Internet server where security is a primary concern.

The following reported bugs from bugs.engardelinux.org are fixed in this release:

  • #0000109 Selinux stops ntpd from creating drift file
  • #0000111 selinux stops ntpq and ntpdc from access to ntp
  • #0000112 ntpd cannot find time servers
  • #0000113 aide log filter wrong again (differently)
Other bugs are fixed in this release as well.

New features include:

* The latest stable versions of bind (9.3.2-P2), m4 (1.4.8), ntp (4.2.2p4), openssh (4.5p1), php5 (5.2.0), postfix (2.3.4), rsync (2.6.9), samba (3.0.23d), snort (2.6.1.1), squid (2.6.STABLE5), and zaptel (1.2.11).

All new users downloading EnGarde Secure Linux for the first time or users who use the LiveCD environment should download this release.

Users who are currently using EnGarde Secure Linux do not need to download this release -- they can update their machines via the Guardian Digital Secure Network WebTool module.

Downloading

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Below are the MD5 sums for the i686 and x86_64 ISO images:

a081ff9523afb62303bb82a05bfbeb2f engarde-community-3.0.11.i686.iso

b72e6cd885d02b5bd28b57f08c5956cf engarde-community-3.0.11.x86_64.iso

You may download this ISO image via FTP or BitTorrent by following the "Download Now!" link from engardelinux.org:

http://www.engardelinux.org/

(It may take several days for this image to make it to our mirrors, please be patient).

Further Information

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New users are encouraged to explore our community forum and wiki:

    # EnGarde Secure Linux Homepage
    http://www.engardelinux.org/

    # EnGarde Secure Linux Community Forum
    http://www.engardelinux.org/forums/

    # EnGarde Secure Linux Wiki
    http://wiki.engardelinux.org/

    # EnGarde Secure Linux Bug Tracking System
    http://bugs.engardelinux.org/
Release History
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Dec 11 2006	EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.11 (Community)
Nov 07 2006	EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.10 (Community)
Oct 03 2006	EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.9  (Community)
Aug 01 2006	EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.8  (Community)
Jun 06 2006	EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.7  (Community)
May 02 2006	EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.6  (Community)
Mar 10 2006	EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.5  (Community)
Feb 07 2006	EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.4  (Community)
Jan 03 2006	EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.3  (Community)
Dec 06 2005	EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.2  (Community)
Nov 01 2005	EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.1  (Community)
Sep 27 2005	EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.0  (Community)

Read this full article at EnGarde Secure Linux Development Team

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