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    Any news on when 16.3 will arrive? I'm waiting for a IPS / bypass fix that should be included (can't verify because Jira is still offline&#128521. However, my current workaround includes my former FortiGate which would need a license renewal soon. I actually did not plan on doing that which is why I switched to untangle in the first place. I'm uncertain on what to do now. Any info / roadmap would be much appreciated 😀

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    Well, I guess no answer is also an answer.

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    The only answer you'll ever get on this question regardless of version is "when it's ready".
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    The proper answer from a security point of view is, "it is past due". Untangle is as far as I know the only debian buster based appliance that has not updated dnsmasq or openssl. And who knows what else?

    Being based on debian is a big plus. Being out of date on major security updates is not. Debian is a relatively slow rolling distro. When they update you should move quickly.

    Thanks

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    Am I allowed to tell you "next month-ish"? Hmm.. I guess we'll see. Anyways, stay tuned..
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    It is your forum. Say whatever you like. In fact it is somewhat refreshing.
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    Untangle does need to make use of their new minor release system and push a version of v16.2.2 that has some package updates.

    That crap is not hard... heck I can get the .deb files and install the updates myself in a few minutes, and they work fine.
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    The point of an appliance is to take care of the basics. Security should be the main concern. That is what they get paid for! For us (you) to need to update basic debian packages is unreasonable. Who knows what may have been modified and therefor cause problems.

    Don't forget doing anything on the cli voids support. Not that home users have support anymore.

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    Yeah well it's not like you have support at all with OpenWRT or OpnSense.

    And if you step into anything else that has actual support you're forced into their hardware ecosystem and all the baggage that entails. Untangle remains the most freely available routing and security platform on the shelf.

    Even if the company behind it makes some really silly decisions sometimes.
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    Openwrt or whatever are not taking my money so I don't have a say in what they do. They do still listen to the communities and upgrade as soon as possible. They are handled mostly by volunteers as far as I know. I only use openwrt on an access point and a test of Untangles SD-WAN. Openwrt has updated openssl and dnsmasq.
    Code:
    opkg list
    openssl-util - 1.1.1k-1 - The OpenSSL Project is a collaborative effort to develop a robust, commercial-grade, full-featured, and Open Source toolkit implementing the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol as well as a full-strength general-purpose cryptography library. This package contains the OpenSSL command-line utility.
    Code:
    root@OpenWrt:~# opkg list-installed dnsmasq*
    dnsmasq - 2.80-16.3
    FYI: SD-WAN version
    Code:
     MFW v3.0-211-ge7c0f5b2b6, based on OpenWrt 19.07.4
     -----------------------------------------------------
    root@sd-wan:~# opkg list-installed dnsmasq*
    dnsmasq - 2.80-16.1
    Code:
    root@sd-wan:~# opkg list-upgradable
    opkg - 2020-05-07-f2166a89-1 - 2021-01-31-c5dccea9-1
    wpad-basic - 2019-08-08-ca8c2bd2-4 - 2019-08-08-ca8c2bd2-7
    libuci20130104 - 2019-09-01-415f9e48-3 - 2019-09-01-415f9e48-4
    python3-urllib - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3-light - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    nano - 5.5-1 - 5.6.1-1
    python3-pydoc - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3-email - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    netifd - 2019-08-05-5e02f944-1 - 2021-01-09-753c351b-1
    python3-cgitb - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3-decimal - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    dnsmasq - 2.80-16.1 - 2.80-16.3
    python3-xml - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    tcpdump - 4.9.3-1 - 4.9.3-2
    odhcp6c - 2019-01-11-e199804b-16 - 2021-01-09-64e1b4e7-16
    uci - 2019-09-01-415f9e48-3 - 2019-09-01-415f9e48-4
    python3-ncurses - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3-distutils - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3-codecs - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3-multiprocessing - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3-base - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3 - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    libopenssl1.1 - 1.1.1g-1 - 1.1.1k-1
    bind-libs - 9.16.8-1 - 9.16.13-1
    python3-sqlite3 - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3-gdbm - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3-dbm - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3-openssl - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3-asyncio - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3-cgi - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    bind-dig - 9.16.8-1 - 9.16.13-1
    python3-logging - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3-ctypes - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    python3-lzma - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
    hostapd-common - 2019-08-08-ca8c2bd2-4 - 2019-08-08-ca8c2bd2-7
    wireguard - 1.0.20200611-1 - 1.0.20200611-2
    libedit - 20191025-3.1-1 - 20210216-3.1-1
    wireless-regdb - 2019.06.03-1 - 2020.11.20-1
    python3-unittest - 3.7.9-1 - 3.7.10-1
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