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2006/06/09 I moved to Zürich and work now for RUAG Electronics. I don't have an Internet connection at home yet. Should be fixed soon. I'm working on Fail2ban 0.7 so stay tuned...

2006/05/10 Fail2ban website is now powered by MediaWiki. Feel free to improve it.

2006/02/16 Fail2ban 0.6.1 is available. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this release. Look at the ChangeLog for a complete list of changes.

2006/02/11 Quite a lot of news: The Art of Web has a great howto, much better than the poor official Fail2ban documentation. Thanks to them. Fail2ban is now marked as stable in Gentoo Portage. Fail2ban 0.6.1 should be release soon. Gentoo users can test the CVS version with this ebuild. I will start the development of Fail2ban 0.7 in March. You can already look at the planned features here. Nightly snapshots are now available here.

2006/01/03 Happy New Year! Markus Hoffmann has created a Fail2ban addon for Ipcop. Many thanks to him.

2005/11/24 Manuel Arostegui Ramirez has written a spanish howto for Fail2ban. Thanks to him.

2005/11/21 Thanks to Jonathan Kamens, RPM for 0.6.0 is available here. Fail2ban 0.6.0 is now in Portage. Gentoo users can emerge it with ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~x86" emerge -av fail2ban. Thanks to Marcelo Goes.

2005/11/20 More than 6 months after the first 0.4.x version, a new stable release ( 0.6.0) is available. New features include mail notification, firewall rules in config file, no more log4py dependency, bug fixes, etc. Have a look at the changelog. Many thanks to Yaroslav Halchenko who did a lot of work for this release. It has been well tested and should not contain severe bugs.

2005/11/18 A RPM for 0.5.5 is available here. Thanks to Jonathan Kamens.

2005/10/26 0.5.5 is out. I planned a stable release for september. However, we decided to fix some issues before 0.6. Have a look at the changelog for more informations. I will not promise anymore that this is the last one before stable ;-) Please test it and report any problem. Many thanks to Yaroslav Halchenko who did most of the changes found in this release.

2005/09/13 less than a week after 0.5.3, a new version is out. New features introduced by Debian maintainer, Yaroslav Halchenko, need testing before stable. Please report any issues found in this release.

2005/09/08 version 0.5.3 is available. I hope bug #1256075 is fixed now. This release should be the latest before stable. Please report all the encountered issues.

2005/08/23 Thanks to Yaroslav Halchenko, Fail2ban is now in Debian unstable. A new stable version should be released at the beginning of September.

2005/08/06 version 0.5.2 is available. I hope this one will be the latest before stable. Fail2ban does not depend on log4py anymore. It uses the standard logging module available in Python 2.3. More bugs are fixed.

2005/07/23 version 0.5.1 is available. Log targets are set in the configuration file. Thus, fail2ban output can be redirected to STDOUT, STDERR, one or more files and SYSLOG. Now an iptables chain is created for each section. Some bugs found in 0.5.0 should be fixed too. Please do not forget to remove your previous fail2ban-0.4.x installation before upgrading and to update your configuration file.

2005/07/12 version 0.5.0 is available. This is a development release and has not been well tested yet. Lots of new features are included. If you have good firewall commands, please submit them.

2005/07/06 Thanks to Yaroslav Halchenko, Fail2Ban has a Debian package. I started to add new features and created the FAIL2BAN-0_5 branch. Firewall rules are now set in the configuration file. Thus, you can create multiple rules for each section. You can checkout the sources from CVS.

2005/06/30 version 0.4.1 is available. It mainly corrects a small bug in textToDNS. The configuration file is more readable now and an initd script is available for Gentoo. I would really appreciate initd scripts for others distributions.

2005/04/24 I'm proud to announce the first stable release (0.4.0) of Fail2Ban. There is only one bug fix since 0.3.1.

2005/03/31 version 0.3.1 is available. It supports DNS lookups and scans big log files quicker than in the previous releases.

2005/03/30 Fail2Ban has a logo. Web site update.

2005/02/24 version 0.3.0 of Fail2Ban is available. There is a lot of changes in this release. Fail2Ban can now look for password failures into several log files.

2005/02/23 first version of this website.