My apologies as I was not asking you to do it for free. Just why are you doing it for free for Clear as that is what it still seems? They know you can do it but if they are not going to do anything with your contributions, whether for free or pay you for them, then do it for the users and on a paid basis. Maybe like a support contract.
PS I did PM you.
Very understandable but if they are not paying you for your time and updates, why should you continue to do so for Clear... and for free? Why not make some money form the CleArOS users who haven't stepped away from it... yet... Just need to get my rear end in gear.
In any event, I certainly would be willing to pay for updates thru you. I will PM you later today to see what can be worked out. Seems like a good side activity for you.
CVE-2023-40477 affects the unrar library packaged with ClamAV. Various sources score the vulnerability differently from High to Critical. ClamAV have released an update to mitigate this vulnerability - announcement.
This is the 3rd or fourth critical vulnerability in the ClamAV package that ClearOS is now exposed to. It affects the File Scanner, Mail Antivirus and Gateway Antivirus apps. As always, I have updated the ClearOS package ready for them to incorporate into their build system and distribute through their repos. I really hope, for everyone's sake, that they do update the package.
This is my attempt to write a guide for different alternatives for ClearOS.
I will update this first post with the pros and cons of other OS's.
Feel free to add a new one to the list and please share your thoughts and wishes.
Greetings from an unsatisfied COS user.
At first I thought that there are no alternatives for COS, until I read this post:
1. NethServer 7
Operational since: 2015-01-28
Current release: 7.9.2009 (torrent)
Based on: CentOS
PHP version: unknown
SQL version: unknown
Next release: NethServer 8 (Installation & First steps)
Based on: Containers
Free community version available
NethServer 8 doesn’t have any firewall capabilities.
Did you mean to mark the thread as resolved?
Yes I did. I figured it out using one of the installed CLI tools, iptraf and just waiting. Just hoping that there was a historical type tool, (and maybe a bit lazy on my part, so I asked), that could zero in on a prior date and time.
Thank you sir!
I need to walk my brother through trying to find a device using a lot of bandwidth a day or two ago and I am not certain what report or what CLI app/command to use to try and find this device from a few days ago.
Obviously I could go through the reports and stumble upon it but just hoping to save some time and that someone knows and can point to the correct place from the "get go".
Thanks for any assistance!
EXCELLENT NEWS NICK!!! So glad you're back even if the hours are reduced! Do hope you feel good about things with the company and this system can continue to do neat things, grow and make a buck or two!
Still wish I could buy you a beer/pint!!
I am back now but have elected to reduce my hours. There is a large backlog of support work needed, but I'll work my way through it and try also to start working my way through the forum posts.
Thanks for all the support.