We fixed an issue that could cause a buffer overflow and crash SphireOS.
We improved the way we capture and log radius accounting packets. This should result in better and more detailed error logs.
We improved the way we collect statistics on packets.
The transparent proxy service in SphireOS won’t crash HTTPS inspection is enabled.
Sphirewall won’t keep trying to send DHCP requests if the link is down. Creating a rule with empty or missing criteria won’t cause SphireOS to crash.
SphireOS no longer cares about letter cases in group names when you’re creating and applying filtering rules.
We found and fixed a rare case where SphireOS wouldn’t process all LDAP records, resulting in users incorrectly being set as archived.
SphireOS won’t apply HTTPs inspection to additional subnet ranges if subnets were specified in IP/Subnet notation. SphireOS won’t crash if you update user or group configuration while HTTPS Inspection is enabled.
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