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pfSense 2.4.4 Released With New Features and Subscription Benefits

With the pfSense 2.4.4 release, we have a number of new features including Intel Atom C3000 hardware support and features like AutoConfigBackup which were previously available under a paid "Gold" subscription

pfSense 2.4.4 Makes pfSense Gold Available to All

Starting with pfSense 2.4.4 the features that were previously reserved for a $99/ year subscription will now be offered for free, with a key exception

QNAP adds Netgate pfSense Security to their NAS Portfolio

QNAP adds Netgate pfSense security to their NAS portfolio creating an awesome all-in-one solution for many SMBs in the market

pfSense 2.4.1-Release is out with bug fixes including a WPA2 KRACK...

pfSense 2.4.1-Release is out with bug fixes including a WPA2 KRACK fix and a number of compatibility fixes in the first dot release of the 2.4 series

Testing the Gigabyte MA10-ST0 with pfSense 2.4-Release and FreeNAS 11.0-U4

We testing the Gigabyte MA10-ST0 with pfSense 2.4-Release, FreeNAS 11.0-U4, and Linux distributions such as Ubuntu and CentOS for compatibility

pfSense 2.4-Release Milestone for the Popular Firewall Platform

After a year and a half of development pfSense 2.4-Release is out, a major milestone for the popular open source firewall platform

QuickAssist Driver for FreeBSD is Here and pfSense Support Coming

The Intel QuickAssist driver for FreeBSD is finally here and pfSense support is coming soon says the company behind the popular firewall software

Netgate SG-1000 (FreeBSD based pfSense on ARM) First Look

Sipping power and at a price under$150, the Netgate SG-1000 running FreeBSD based pfSense on ARM looks like a winner in our initial impression

pfSense 2.3.3 Released

The popular open source network appliance software, pfSense 2.3.3 has been released with several security and bug fixes

Intel Xeon Phi x200 Series (Knights Landing) and FreeBSD

We take the Intel - Supermicro Xeon Phi x200 series (Knights Landing) developer workstation through booting FreeBSD distributions to check compatibility