Shorewall 5.2.3.5 Released!

Shorewall 5.2.3.5 is now available for download. Shorewall is a gateway/firewall configuration tool for GNU/Linux, written in Perl.

Problems Corrected:

1) A typo in the FTP documentation has been corrected.

2) The recommended mss setting when using IPSec with ipcomp
has been corrected.

3) A number of incorrect links in the manpages have been
corrected.

4) The 'bypass' option is now allowed when specifying an
NFQUEUE policy. Previous…

Sympa 6.2.50 released

The Sympa Community is proud to release the newest version of Sympa.

Sympa 6.2.50 is the newest stable version of Sympa 6.2.

Apache SpamAssassin 3.4.3 has been released!

Apache SpamAssassin 3.4.3 contains numerous tweaks and bug fixes as we prepare to move to version 4.0.0 with better, native UTF-8 handling. There are a number of functional patches, improvements as well as security reasons to upgrade to 3.4.3. In this release, there is also one new plugin and there are bug fixes for two CVEs:

  • CVE-2019-12420 for Multipart Denial of Service Vulnerability

  • CVE-2018-11805 for nefarious CF files can be configured to run system…
  • LedgerSMB 1.7.3 released

    The LedgerSMB project aims to prevent small and mid-size businesses from getting locked-in by their accounting software vendor by providing free and open source accounting software, integrating invoicing, order processing, quotations and more (ERP). It's all Perl!

    Having installed it myself, I found it very very fully featured. You can try out their demo and watch one of their numerous youtube i…

    Convos - A multiuser chat application.

    From the blurb:

    Convos is the simplest way to use IRC. It is always online, and accessible to your web browser, both on desktop and mobile. Run it on your home server, or cloud service easily. It can be deployed to Docker-based cloud services, or you can just run it as a normal Mojolicious application.

    Check it out at: https://convos.by/ or on Github.

    The UI style is familiar to users of popular "Team Communication" platforms.

    ="http://blogs.perl.org/user…