• Murus Release Notes
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  • Murus Release Notes


    Murus 1.4.11
    Release Date : 23 June 2017

    How to update:
    Overwrite old Murus app with Murus 1.4.11. Run Murus 1.4.11 to update your boot scripts (if any) then restart your Mac.

    Changes:
    • improved support for ipv6 adding more icmp-types and protocols to the default set
    • improved boot scripts to enable ipv6 forwarding
    • improved support for DHCPv6
    • Runs on all macOS versions
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 23ee93909eaf8568ab6069387267cb5c

    Murus 1.4.10
    Release Date : 26 Apr 2017

    How to update:
    Overwrite old Murus app with Murus 1.4.10. Run Murus 1.4.10 to update your boot scripts (if any) then restart your Mac.

    Changes:
    • bug fixes
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 1e45415f4d943eb118313863d4c46ac6

    Murus 1.4.9
    Release Date : 10 Apr 2017

    How to update:
    Overwrite old Murus app with Murus 1.4.9. Run Murus 1.4.9 to update your boot scripts (if any) then restart your Mac.

    Changes:
    • Improved logging system on macOS 10.12: now Murus uses a pf log daemon instead of tcpdump
    • bug fixes
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 5b0111f0c335a803b97062980c789ad6

    Murus 1.4.8
    Release Date : 16 Jan 2017

    How to update:
    Overwrite old Murus app with Murus 1.4.8. Run Murus 1.4.8 to update your boot scripts (if any) then restart your Mac.

    Changes:
    • Bug Fixes
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 6c653a4b0bb173d5d98efa0e19cd1fb3

    Murus 1.4.7
    Release Date : 3 Dec 2016

    How to update:
    Overwrite old Murus app with Murus 1.4.7. Run Murus 1.4.7 to update your boot scripts (if any) then restart your Mac.

    Changes:
    • Bug Fixes
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 6eafb850e77a8b8278ac577c9fc626da

    Murus 1.4.6
    Release Date : 28 Nov 2016

    How to update:
    Overwrite old Murus app with Murus 1.4.6. Run Murus 1.4.6 to update your boot scripts (if any) then restart your Mac.

    Changes:
    • Localization Bugs Fixed
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 394a6ce2ade64a3e724d33142acff62b

    Murus 1.4.5
    Release Date : 24 Nov 2016

    How to update:
    Overwrite old Murus app with Murus 1.4.5. Run Murus 1.4.5 to update your boot scripts (if any) then restart your Mac.

    Changes:
    • Boot scripts updated. Murus will warn you if your boot scripts are not updated. Check is done on several scripts including pf rules, adaptivity, emerging threats, port knocking.
    • Added "Lazy Interfaces" NAT option. This allows you to enable NAT using interfaces that may be unavailable at boot time. Checking this option will ensure that your Mac will load PF configuration at boot time even if NAT WAN (or VPN) interfaces are not up yet
    • Removed option to disable interfaces, that's not Murus purpose and it's something you should do at system level
    • Fixed bug when updating Nations database
    ZIP file md5 checksum : ed316fb36f91c2af0c1519d55aa6bdfd

    Murus 1.4.4
    Release Date : 25 Oct 2016

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.3.x or 1.4.x quit Murus and copy Murus 1.4.4 icon over the old Murus icon. Launch Murus 1.4.4 and click ‘PLAY’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.4.4 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.4.4. If you upgraded your Mac from OS X 10.11 to macOS 10.12 then PF logging will be broken and Murus 1.4.4 will ask you to update Murus Boot Scripts (if installed) in order to fix it. Simply click “Update” when asked, then restart your Mac.

    Changes:
    • GUI bugs fixed.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 1d68d81d1d4c624eccf00a2048345117

    Murus 1.4.3
    Release Date : 22 Sep 2016

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.3.x or 1.4.x quit Murus and copy Murus 1.4.3 icon over the old Murus icon. Launch Murus 1.4.3 and click ‘PLAY’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.4.3 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.4.3. If you upgraded your Mac from OS X 10.11 to macOS 10.12 then PF logging will be broken and Murus 1.4.3 will ask you to update Murus Boot Scripts (if installed) in order to fix it. Simply click “Update” when asked, then restart your Mac.

    Changes:
    • New confirmation dialogs.
    • Code ported to Swift .
    • Compatible with macOS Sierra.
    • Bug fixes.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 673d4ce6dba1c4282470238b222a79eb

    Murus 1.4.2
    Release Date : 23 June 2016

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.3.x or 1.4.x quit Murus and copy Murus 1.4.2 icon over the old Murus icon. Launch Murus 1.4.2 and click ‘PLAY’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.4.2 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.4.2 .

    Changes:
    • Runs on macOS 10.12 Sierra Beta with some limitations (no logging).
    • GUI bugs fixed.
    • Updated bash scripts.
    • Search Murus Groups.
    • Search PF Tables.
    • Bug fixes.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 603af4538767941045e2523e9c54c910

    Murus 1.4.1
    Release Date : 28 Apr 2016

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.3.x or 1.4.x quit Murus and copy Murus 1.4.1 icon over the old Murus icon. Launch Murus 1.4.1 and click ‘PLAY’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.4.1 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.4.1 .

    Changes:
    • Murus Search.
    • Overwrite existing custom presets.
    • Clamp MSS: improved support for NAT over PPPoE DSL.
    • Improved interactivity with Vallum application firewall.
    • Improved French localization.
    • Bug fixes.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : ec534457dcd26e319ed80637cba3155b

    Murus 1.4
    Release Date : 6 Apr 2016

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.3.x quit Murus and copy Murus 1.4 icon over the old Murus 1.3.x icon. Launch Murus 1.4 and click ‘PLAY’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.4 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.4 .

    Changes:
    • Remote safety switch.
    • Overrides check on managed services.
    • User notes.
    • PF mass deployment.
    • Interaction with Vallum application firewall.
    • Bug fixes.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : d016d991f7478bc1d5a6c15b0834bb9b

    Murus 1.3.6
    Release Date : 13 Jan 2016

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.3.x quit Murus and copy Murus 1.3.6 icon over the old Murus 1.3.x icon. Launch Murus 1.3.6 and click ‘PLAY’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.3.6 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.3.6 .

    Changes:
    • Added feature to move blocked IPs from proactivity window to black list.
    • Improved IP address info popover.
    • Interactivity with Vallum beta.
    • Bug fixes.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : c39ca6b46db91b5b5e5b5d7d68459cf5

    Murus 1.3.5
    Release Date : 19 Nov 2015

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.3.x quit Murus and copy Murus 1.3.5 icon over the old Murus 1.3.x icon. Launch Murus 1.3.5 and click ‘PLAY’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.3.5 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.3.5.

    Changes:
    • Fixed bug in GEOIP data parser.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : a8b3c2dc3e67f62164d35ba7048c00d8

    Murus 1.3.4
    Release Date : 11 Nov 2015

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.3.x quit Murus and copy Murus 1.3.4 icon over the old Murus 1.3.x icon. Launch Murus 1.3.4 and click ‘PLAY’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.3.4 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.3.4.

    Changes:
    • Fixed a bug when importing an address list containing network addresses in CIDR notation.
    • Fixed Murus update bug.
    • Fixed contextual help bug.
    • Fixed other minor bugs and localization errors.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : a8197bd774f0de09af87b6cc5f8a03d8

    Murus V 1.3.3
    Release Date : 30 Oct 2015

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.3.x quit Murus and copy Murus 1.3.3 icon over the old Murus 1.3.x icon. Launch Murus 1.3.3 and click ‘PLAY’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.3.3 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.3.3.

    If your current Murus configuration contains country-groups you can still continue using it, but if you update Murus nations database then these groups' contents will NOT be updated. To update them you need to manually remove these groups from Groups Library (this will remove them from managed services too) and then re-assign them to both your Groups Library and managed services (this will update them to the new format). From now on, these country-groups will be automatically updated every time you do a Murus nations database update. Custom rules that make use of PF tables derived from country-groups are preserved and do not need any change or update.

    Changes:
    • Changed logging policy for Murus default configuration. Global logging is now disabled by default on default configuration, wizard configurations and intermediate/expert strategies configurations. Predefined presets has not been changed. The reason for this change is to reduce logs verbosity. Managed services with the “log” options set will off course generate logs, the change affects only the global blocking rules. You still can re-enable global logging in Murus Preferences -> General -> check “Log All Blocked Connections”. Please note that this change does not affect your current configuration at all.
    • Improved country-groups updates. Newly assigned country-groups contents is now automatically updated when updating nations database. The update procedure updates only Murus definitions. To update also runtime rules (and tables) you just need to click PLAY in Murus toolbar.
    • Added option to globally manage specific services parameters. For example you can tell Murus to enable blocked connections’ logging on all inbound managed services in one click, or for example disable notifications, or change access permissions. These options are available clicking the SMALL GEAR popup button on right top of managed services view, for both inbound and outbound.
    • Added warning message when starting PF for the first time. Annoying, but we need it, in order to avoid people being locked out from remotely managed Macs. The message can be disabled. This preference is bound to every configuration, so importing an old configuration or activating the default Murus configuration, a preset or a strategy will re-enable this warning message.
    • Some minor GUI changes:
        - Services Library objects feature a greyscale icon, in order to distinguish them from managed services icons
        - Services Library can be resized to double its size
        - Small magnifier buttons in Services Library and Groups Library has been moved to the right side
        - Managed services, interfaces and pipes big icons shapes have been changed in order to respect the correct ratio (1,618)
        - Welcome picture has been resized
        - Some minor improvements for retina monitors
    ZIP file md5 checksum : c1fefe58a31c7e6916c51098d1ad475b

    Murus V 1.3.2
    Release Date : 2 Oct 2015

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.x quit Murus and copy Murus 1.3.2 icon over the old Murus 1.x icon. Launch Murus 1.3.2 and click ‘PLAY’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.3.2 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.3.2.

    Changes:
    • Fixed NAT issue on OS X 10.11 El Capitan
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 3dda8eb0db569293d7f2093f049ea6bc

    Murus 1.3.1
    Release Date : 30 Sep 2015

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.x quit Murus and copy Murus 1.3.1 icon over the old Murus 1.x icon. Launch Murus 1.3.1 and click ‘PLAY’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.3.1 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.3.1.

    Changes:
    • Click the small “earth” button on top of Murus Groups Library to create a nation-group. Create Murus groups for every nation using Regional Internet Registries databases. Nation-groups can be used like normal groups and assigned to services or blacklist, or used in custom rules. Each group is translated into a runtime . Nation-groups cannot be edited, they are created reading RIR servers databases directly. The update feature let you synch current Murus definitions with RIR servers. Murus aggregates subnets obtained by RIR servers in order to drastically reduce subnets lists size (and thus Murus groups size) and improve firewall performance.
    • Murus default Groups Library now shows two new hardcoded groups:
      - a group for 169.254.0.0/16 network (self-assigned addresses)
      - a special group named “blocked-hosts” which is used to interact with external apps or to quickly block an address. This group is blacklisted and all connections from/to its hosts are blocked. It can be edited (you can manually add/remove addresses) but it can’t be renamed, deleted from Groups Library or removed from Black List.
    • Murus can now interact with Murus Logs Visualizer. You can select one or more IP addresses in Murus Logs Visualizer and click a button to put them in Murus blacklist. This feature requires Murus to be running, and Murus will ask for confirmation. Once confirmed in Murus, this task does not require you to click PLAY in the toolbar as PF tables are automatically updated in runtime. You can also select one or more IP addresses in Murus Logs Visualizer and add them to an existing or a new Murus group. This action requires a confirmation in Murus.
    • NMurus can now interact with Murus Services. Select a service in Murus Services and click “Configure Firewall” to correctly manage the service inside Murus. This feature requires Murus to be running, and Murus will ask for confirmation.
    • Murus can now interact with external applications to block IP addresses both in Murus configuration and in runtime PF tables using the free open-source Murus Agent shell command. This command can be included in scripts or can be used to craft third party native apps. To interact with Murus configuration Murus must be running, and Murus will ask for confirmation. To interact with runtime PF tables the command must be executed with root privileges.
    • Improved unmanaged port system now displays only well-known ports and hides unknown service’s ports. This option can be disabled in Murus Preferences, or you can just click “MORE PORTS…” button in Unmanaged Ports popover view. This will show all open ports from 1 to 49151. Ports from 49152 to 65535 are always ignored as they were in previous Murus versions.
    • Improved Wizard. Wizard can now be aborted at any time. Aborting the wizard will restore Murus default configuration. Wizard Inbound global filtering rules panel now displays by default only ports with a corresponding service in Murus Services Library. This option can be toggled using a check box button.
    • Fixed bugs in Murus groups management. Now you can create groups importing large text files using common separators. Groups can now be exported to file. Groups can also be checked for duplicated entries.
    • Black List can now be accessed from Groups Library buttons. Blacklisted groups now feature a new icon to identify them.
    • Black List contains the hardcoded group “blocked-hosts”. This group cannot be removed from Black List.
    • Blacklisted connections are not logged anymore. This option can be changed in Murus General Preferences.
    • Added a bunch of new predefined Murus services. Most importantly now DHCP has its own service. However dhcp ports are still included in the BASIC SERVICES definition.
    • Changed some odd-looking service icons with some more nice icons
    • Added Murus Activity Log. Now Murus logs all its activities to /var/log/murus.log. This log can be opened quickly from Murus toolbar TOOLS pop-up button.
    • Added Murus sanity check. If you force quit Murus, or if your Mac crashes, or if Murus crashes, and then you run Murus it will display an alert window. You can try clicking “Run Murus” to start Murus normally with your current settings. If it fails, then run Murus again and select “Fix Murus”. This will restore Murus configuration to factory default, and your configuration will be lost. However your custom presets will be preserved.
    • Interface forwarding is enabled by default in runtime and Murus boot scripts. Now it can be disabled using “Firewall” menu in OSX menu bar. Disabling it will also update boot scripts. Disabling interface forwarding will break NAT but may be necessary in some case.
    • Improved GUI: changed fonts in some panels, improved objects size, shape and alignment. GUI is now optimized for OS X 10.11. Improved support for retina monitors.
    • Improved overall Murus security. Now Murus does not write anymore to /tmp every time you click PLAY.
    • Murus 1.3.1 has been updated to Swift 2.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 7241f4a66eb40da720a0b3f9814032c2

    Murus 1.3
    Release Date : 22 Jul 2015

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.2 or later quit Murus and copy Murus 1.3 icon over the old Murus icon. Launch Murus 1.3 and click ‘PLAY’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.3 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.3.

    Changes:
    • Dummynet bandwidth management.
    • Network interfaces management.
    • Custom presets.
    • New runtime PF rules browser.
    • PF is now enabled using tokens.
    • Web-based contextual help.
    • Improved documentation.
    • New video tutorials.
    • Improved GUI.
    • Bug fixes.
    • Supports OS X 10.9 or later.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : a6504fc2b16c7b15c911994c69d715df

    Murus 1.2
    Release Date : 29 May 2015

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.1.2 or later quit Murus and copy Murus 1.2 icon over the old Murus icon. Launch Murus 1.2 and click ‘PLAY’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.2 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.2.

    Changes:
    • Improved GUI.
    • Improved configuration strategies, presets, wizard. All these features has been grouped.
    • Configuration window has gone, now Configuration view is part of Murus main window and can be displayed/collapsed using the DOUBLE GEAR toolbar button.
    • Groups popover has gone. Groups Library is now displayed on the Libraries view, below the Services Library. Libraries view can be displayed/collapsed clicking the BOOK toolbar button.
    • Murus Tools has been grouped in Tools popup toolbar button.
    • Murus PDF manual has been removed. Murus Help Online is now available. Added contextual help buttons in Murus interface. PF PDF manual is still available for download.
    • Improved custom rules management. Double click a custom rule to delete or edit it.
    • Increased speed when reloading pf.
    • Japanese localization.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 8cd5d1080dfe6af6b2e22690de3ac8d5

    Murus V 1.1.2
    Release Date : 18 Mar 2015

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.1 or later quit Murus and copy Murus 1.1.2 icon over the old Murus icon. Launch Murus 1.1.2 and click ‘Start’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.1.2 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.1.2.
    Important: due to a bug in Murus 1.1.1 automatic ports management, your Murus Services Library may contain services with wrong read/write permissions. In this case you can restore from a default configuration using Murus 1.1.2 (from Murus ‘Firewall’ menu) in order to start from a clean Service Library.

    Changes:
    • Fixed a bug in Murus ports management.
    • Improved GUI.
    • Introduced configuration strategies. The user can choose between six different firewall configuration strategies. The old Wizard and Presets buttons are two of those six strategies.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 9fb4c68dcb347e4b835a2f6c1d67b5d7

    Murus V 1.1.1
    Release Date : 11 Mar 2015

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.1 quit Murus 1.1 and copy Murus 1.1.1 icon over the old Murus 1.1 icon. Launch Murus 1.1.1 and click ‘Start’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.1.1 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.1.1.

    Changes:
    • Fixed a PF groups bug in Murus Lite
    ZIP file md5 checksum : d3d93a4520c450465d5bf3c4cef41111

    Murus V 1.1
    Release Date : 4 Mar 2015

    How to update:
    Important: if you plan to revert back to Murus 1.0.2 after updating to Murus 1.1 please backup your current Murus 1.0.2 configuration before updating otherwise it will be lost. Configurations created with Murus 1.1 are not compatible with older Murus releases.
    To update from Murus 1.0.2 quit Murus 1.0.2 and copy Murus 1.1 icon over the old Murus 1.0.2 icon. Launch Murus 1.1 and click ‘Start’ in the toolbar to update your current runtime ruleset. Press command-S or quit Murus 1.1 to save your configuration and start using Murus 1.1.

    Changes:
    • Murus Configuration Wizard: analyze local ports to create a basic firewall configuration following a step by step procedure.
    • Open ports management: check for local listening ports in real time and be notified when an open port is not managed by Murus, or automatically manage ports.
    • Improved custom rules. Added support for custom nat and redirection rules. Added the option to edit existing custom rules. Added support for user-based rules. Improved custom rules GUI.
    • Improved NAT. Added support for multiple LAN interfaces (up to 3), added support for sharing a VPN connection with NAT clients, added option for DNS redirection. Improved NAT logic. Blocking policy between LAN clients and router’s LAN/WAN services can be managed more granularly.
    • Added full support for VLANs.
    • Improved support for custom configurations created disabling the core ruleset. Now both nat and rdr anchors are automatically created. It is possible to mix filtering, nat and redirection rules within a totally custom ruleset.
    • Added Proactivity section in Murus Preferences. Automatically reset port knocking authorizations and blocks and Brute force blocks in background at a given time.
    • Added support for Public Ban Lists. Murus will silently download and update a list of dangerous well-known IP addresses from a given URL, and block all access from/to this list. Default URL is provided by the free emergingthreats.net online service. The URL can be customized.
    • Improved compatibility with Server.app. Now Server.app filtering rules are ignored and do not conflict with Murus rules.
    • Murus is now a signed application to comply with Apple Gatekeeper requirements.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 542103bca42016b200b13a89c90b192c

    Murus V 1.0.2
    Release Date : 17 Jan 2015

    How to update:
    To update from Murus 1.0.1 to Murus 1.0.2 you just have to quit Murus and copy the new icon over the old one. Nothing will be changed in your log file and / or configuration.
    To update from Murus 1.0 to Murus 1.0.2 copy the new icon over the old one and start Murus 1.0.2. Your logs file will be rotated the first time Murus 1.0.2 is started, and log file permissions will be corrected.

    Changes:
    • Fixed sorting bug in PF states window.
    • Fixed bug while displaying igmp PF states.
    • FIxed minor GUI bugs.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : c5cf72d0169bcb2823b44ec14fd5838f

    Murus V 1.0.1
    Release Date : 09 Jan 2015

    How to update:
    to update from Murus 1.0 you can simply copy the new Murus 1.0.1 over the old one. To update from Murus Public Betas you have to uninstall Murus Public Beta, reboot, and install Murus 1.0.1.

    If you update from Murus 1.0 to Murus 1.0.1, the first time you run Murus 1.0.1 will need to patch a configuration file in order to fix a bug. Just click “OK” at the dialog box to continue. This procedure will also rotate your logs. This may take up to 30 seconds on slow systems, and it runs in background. When this procedure is finished, you will see a confirmation dialog and you can start using Murus 1.0.1. Your current PF log file will appear empty. Your old logs are in a archived (rotated) file, accessible by both Murus and Console.app. In some cases the logging system will need a system reboot in order to work properly.

    Changes:
    • Fixed PF log file permissions. Now /var/log/pffirewall.log is set 644 in order to allow non-admin users to run Murus Logs Visualizer.
    • Fixed newsyslog and syslog configuration file management.
    • Fixed bug when adding a new network address to a NAT group using the “verify” option.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 80c01681bb50d887ce93efc3e8722e78

    Murus V 1.0
    Release Date : 22 Dec 2014

    ZIP file md5 checksum : 8ddbed60eae891e92cb5efe041c72b71

    First public release

    Murus Logs Visualizer Release Notes


    Murus Logs Visualizer V 1.4.2
    Release Date : 22 Sep 2016

    How to update:
    To update quit current Murus Logs Visualizer. To quit select Murus Logs Visualizer icon, select “Options” and then “Quit”. Copy the new Murus Logs Visualizer 1.4.1 app icon over the old one. Run Murus Logs Visualizer 1.4.2 .

    Changes:
    • Code ported to Swift 3.
    • Bug fixes.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 292125584e8d90a960720fb328186ad8

    Murus Logs Visualizer V 1.4.1
    Release Date : 28 Apr 2016

    How to update:
    To update quit current Murus Logs Visualizer. To quit select Murus Logs Visualizer icon, select “Options” and then “Quit”. Copy the new Murus Logs Visualizer 1.4.1 app icon over the old one. Run Murus Logs Visualizer 1.4.1 .

    Changes:
    • Fixed bug that caused Visualizer to stop logging after a log file rotation.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 8965f3d6f812ee14f77c5a84959860ba

    Murus Logs Visualizer V 1.4
    Release Date : 15 Mar 2016

    How to update:
    To update quit current Murus Logs Visualizer. To quit select Murus Logs Visualizer icon, select “Options” and then “Quit”. Copy the new Murus Logs Visualizer 1.4 app icon over the old one. Run Murus Logs Visualizer 1.4.

    Changes:
    • Display nation flags in realtime panels.
    • Bug fixes.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 3c0df91e0f30f7ca139a52c67828c6d2

    Murus Logs Visualizer V 1.3.3
    Release Date : 13 Jan 2016

    How to update:
    To update quit current Murus Logs Visualizer. To quit select Murus Logs Visualizer icon, select “Options” and then “Quit”. Copy the new Murus Logs Visualizer 1.3.3 app icon over the old one. Run Murus Logs Visualizer 1.3.3.

    Changes:
    • Improved IP information popover.
    • Bug fixes.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : a4c4c6ef42ec0bcef0d863c131313297

    Murus Logs Visualizer V 1.3.2
    Release Date : 7 Dec 2015

    How to update:
    To update quit current Murus Logs Visualizer. To quit select Murus Logs Visualizer icon, select “Options” and then “Quit”. Copy the new Murus Logs Visualizer 1.3.2 app icon over the old one. Run Murus Logs Visualizer 1.3.2.

    Changes:
    • Bug fixes.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 5b91a0530a62f126c7b629bf5991d66a

    Murus Logs Visualizer V 1.3.1
    Release Date : 19 Nov 2015

    How to update:
    To update quit current Murus Logs Visualizer. To quit select Murus Logs Visualizer icon, select “Options” and then “Quit”. Copy the new Murus Logs Visualizer 1.3.1 app icon over the old one. Run Murus Logs Visualizer 1.3.1.

    Changes:
    • Fixed bug in GEOIP data parser.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 3a532e48bb6063bedb5542816390a356

    Murus Logs Visualizer V 1.3
    Release Date : 30 Sep 2015

    How to update:
    To update quit current Murus Logs Visualizer. To quit select Murus Logs Visualizer icon, select “Options” and then “Quit”. Copy the new Murus Logs Visualizer 1.3 app icon over the old one. Run Murus Logs Visualizer 1.3.

    Changes:
    • Added multiple selection in ports and addresses lists.
    • Added button to put selected addresses in Murus Black List
    • Added button to add selected addresses to a new or existing Murus Group
    • Fixed bug in logs parser and statistics
    • Improved support for retina screens
    • Improved GUI
    • Fully compatible with OS X 10.11 El Capitan
    • Requires Murus 1.3.1 or newer
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 75f6dbc7faa79cd1cd6cfe0937103cd0

    Murus Logs Visualizer V 1.1
    Release Date : 4 Mar 2015

    How to update:
    to update from Murus Logs Visualizer 1.0.1 quit Murus Logs Visualizer 1.0.1 and copy Murus Logs Visualizer 1.1 icon over the old Murus Logs Visualizer 1.0.1 icon. Launch Murus Logs Visualizer 1.1.
    In some cases Murus Logs Visualizer 1.1 may need to fox POSIX permissions for a file. It will popup an alert message and request you to login as administrator user. This is needed in order to correctly fix file permissions.

    Changes:
    • fixed bug that prevents non-admin users to correctly display PF logs .
    • compatible with Murus 1.1.
    • Murus Logs Visualizer is now a signed application to comply with Apple Gatekeeper requirements.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 99b671d7e0063bf1b9f314b1a211fc68

    Murus Logs Visualizer V 1.0.1
    Release Date : 10 Jan 2015

    How to update:
    to update from older versions please close Murus Logs Visualizer (select Quit from Options menu) then copy the new app icon over the old one. Now start Murus Logs Visualizer 1.0.1.

    Changes:
    • Added option to open all realtime logs windows with one click.
    • Added option to keep all realtime logs windows always on top.
    • Added keyboard shortcuts to manage windows.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : 3a514f3e2283af7a3df7b9dd9b83a094

    Murus Logs Visualizer V 1.0
    Release Date : 22 Dec 2014

    ZIP file md5 checksum : d241373c23d48ea6ab18b8d23a06ae04

    First public release

    Murus Services Release Notes


    Murus Services V 1.0.1
    Release Date : 31 Mar 2016

    How to update:
    to update from older versions please close Murus Services then copy the new app icon over the old one. Now start Murus Services 1.0.1.

    Changes:
    • Static routes boot script bug has been fixed.
    ZIP file md5 checksum : feff357d9e1c6cbf1553fd9e396bbdf5

    Murus Services V 1.0
    Release Date : 30 oct 2015

    ZIP file md5 checksum : 1ee85a437b3055bf285b227584e9f7aa

    First public release