"Fyrewall" some brazilian version of pfsense
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Saw it on freshmeat and it seems pretty identical(besides language) to pfsense
check the demo
Are you pfsense guys aware of this or is it just "how opensource works"
Monoecus last edited by
Interesting link. That's how the BSD license works. If you read the introduction on their homepage, they clearly indicate that their product is derived from pfsense. So, they seem to comply with the license and everything is ok.
Sh4 last edited by
Wouldn't trust that stuff on my corporate network only by looking at the webpage, must be a joke
cmb last edited by
This was discussed on the list a while back. It's fine for them to do so.
They still have the demo system online, and didn't lock it down nearly well enough (several possibilities for running arbitrary commands as root). There's a reason we don't have a live demo online, pfSense isn't intended for scenarios where you're handing out your root password to the entire world.
nocer last edited by
pfSense isn't intended for scenarios where you're handing out your root password to the entire world.