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  • Barracuda Campus

    With Barracuda CloudGen Firewall v8.3.3 and 9.0.1 new keys have been introduced to continue the Malware Protection Pattern Update service from AVIRA (Gen Digital). Our partner Gen Digital informed us that the old keys will expire by JULY-31-2024.  


    We highly recommend updating to v8.3.3, v9.0.1 (or higher) to continue receiving AVIRA Pattern updates. 

    Hotfixes are available for CGF release versions 8.3.0, 8.3.1, 8.3.2, and 9.0.0.  

    Please visit for the specific hotfix or version update or contact our Support Team for assistance. 



    Why are regular AV Pattern Updates so important? 

    When you are using the local Malware Protection Service on your system and you do not install the hotfix or update to 8.3.3 or 9.0.1 until JULY-31-2024, the CloudGen Firewall Malware Protection Service will continue running but it will no longer receive AVIRA Pattern Updates, which means that your local Anti-Virus security will degrade over time. Without regular pattern updates, the latest malware variants will not be detected, which increases the cyber risk. 

    For the Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) service no update is needed. The central Barracuda ATP service (cloud hosted) has already been updated in Fall 2023.

  • Barracuda Campus

    We are pleased to announce availability of the Barracuda VPN Client 5.3.5 for Linux.

    The following improvements have been added:

    • A vulnerability has been resolved that prevents attackers from creating files at unauthorized directory locations. (BNNGF-72677)
    • Operating 2 tunnels with AES256-MD5 now works as expected. (BNNGF-82355)
    • The VPN client displays the connection status Successfully connected correctly while the tunnel is operating. (BNNGF-82983)
    • Barracuda VPN no longer suppresses verbose output in output redirections. (BNNGF-89299)
    • To ensure that only valid OS versions are allowed to connect via VPN, sending minimum client version information has been enforced. (BNNGF-94280)
    • For the case that a certain Linux distribution experiences issues with Barracuda VPN, the logging for the 'ip' command has been improved to ease finding possible causes. (BNNGF-94340)
    • Barracuda VPN handles passwords as expected in outputs when run with the option 'verbose'. (BNNGF-94341)
    • SIGINT signals are now processed as expected. (BNNGF-94345)
    • Barracuda VPN now handles permissions correctly when writing to a certain configuration file. (BNNGF-94346)
    • When the connection is closed by the VPN server, the VPN client releases all allocated resources as expected. (BNNGF-94651)
    • After interrogating the status or the version of the Linux VPN clients, all allocated resources are released as expected. (BNNGF-94652)
    • When a client cannot connect to the VPN server, the allocated resources are released as expected. (BNNGF-94669)

    The download is available here.

  • Barracuda Campus

    We are pleased to announce availability of the Barracuda Network Access Client 5.3.5 for macOS.

    The following improvements have been added:

    • Switching profiles does no longer require accepting a server certificate. [BNNGF-94405]
    • An issue related to importing VPN files containing spaces in the filename has been fixed. [BNNGF-90834]


    The client is available via the Apple App Store and the Barracuda Download Portal.

  • Barracuda Campus

    From June 11 2024, 14:00 UTC to June 13 2024, 10:00 UTC, we are rolling out a major system upgrade on the Campus Portal Infrastructur.

    During this time period, there can be outages, functional degredation or performance problems.

    If you have any questions, contact the Campus Team via the Campus Contact Form.

    Thanks for your understanding.

  • Barracuda Campus

    We are pleased to announce availability of the Barracuda Network Access Client 5.3.5 for Windows.

    The following improvements have been added:

    • Single Sign-on for SAML authentication with WebView2 Plugin is now supported. (BNNGF-93320)
    • VPN Server and Alternate Port Probing performance has been improved. (BNNGF-94327)
    • VPN service is now reconnecting properly when using Direct Access. (BNNGF-94099)
    • An issue with the VPN Always On feature during initial connect after system startup has been fixed. (BNNGF-94100)
    • An issue with Application Time Frame Firewall Rules has been fixed. (BNNGF-94148)



  • Barracuda Campus

    We are happy to announce the release of firmware 9.0.2 containing numerous improvements.

    For further information please consult the release notes as well as the migration notes on BarracudaCampus.

  • Barracuda Campus
  • Barracuda Campus

    Cloud Service Update for SecureEdge was released on April 2, 2024. We are happy to announce that this release introduces several new safety features for SecureEdge Access. Some of the highlights are:

    • Mass enrollment
    • Tamper Proof
    • User Device Limit
    • Device Pre-Logon
    • User Overrides
    • Application Catalog
    • Zero Trust Access dashboard

    In addition, we now also support the Barracuda DC Client and integration of MSAD directories through LDAP.

    For more information, please see the Release Notes.

  • Barracuda Campus
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  • Barracuda Campus

    we are pleased to announce availability of Barracuda Firewall Admin 9.0.1-126 fixing several bugs and improving stability and performance:

    • Improved GTI performance for large scale setups (BNNG-92048)
    • A crash ruing GTI changes removed all transports except B0 (BNNG-93434)
    • Fixed VPN profile export for SAML (BNNG-93488)
    • Several stability fixes
    • Several minor display fixes


    The download is available here.

  • Barracuda Campus

    Campus Maintenance is over!

    Thanks for your patience, it took a little longer than planned. Campus should be usable from now. We are ironing out some smaller hick-ups but feel free to use the Campus contact form to inform us about issues.

    Thank you

    Campus Development Team

  • Barracuda Campus

    Campus is in Maintenance Mode!

    Campus is undergoing a maintenance updating the infrastructure. The Campus Development and OPS Team is working hard on getting all features of Campus up and running as soon as possible.

    We keep you informed about the status of the maintenance.

    The Campus Team

  • Barracuda Campus

    After careful consideration, Barracuda Message Archiver will discontinue support for the Cloud Storage feature on September 2, 2024.

    At that time, Barracuda Message Archiver appliances connected to Cloud Storage will cease transmission of data to Cloud Storage. All other functionalities of the Message Archiver will continue to operate as expected.

    Rest assured that Barracuda Networks is fully committed to help guide you through this change and have several alternatives that we can discuss with you.

    Please contact your Account Manager or Barracuda Networks Technical Support if you have any questions.

    For more information, see Cloud Storage Discontinuation.

  • Barracuda Campus
  • Barracuda Campus

    We are pleased to announce availability of the Barracuda Network Access Client 5.3.4 for Windows.

    The following improvements have been added:

    • AD probing can now be restricted to a configurable port and uses only LDAPS by default. (BNNGF-90949)
    • A new troubleshooting menu option for clearing browser cookies (SAML authentication) has been added. (BNNGF-92109)
    • AD probing is now working properly when no DNS server is reachable. (BNNGF-75204)
    • An issue with packet loss on the virtual adapter under high traffic load has been fixed. (BNNGF-88191)
    • Network route is now introduced properly when using an access control service. (BNNGF-90202)
    • Credential provider installation status on ARM64 is now detected properly. (BNNGF-90345)

    Downloads are available here:



    Release Notes

  • Barracuda Campus

    Google and Yahoo have recently announced more stringent sender requirements starting February 2024 to protect their customers from email attacks, including SPF, DKIM, and DMARC. 

    For more information, see New Google/Yahoo Bulk Sender Requirements.

  • Barracuda Campus

    To upload PST files larger than 250MB, upload multiple PST files, or large ZIP files, administrators can enable SFTP transfer from the Advanced > SFTP transfer page.

    For more information, see How to Import PST, Zip, and EML Files.

  • Barracuda Campus

    Barracuda Campus will be undergoing maintenance on 15 Jan 24, at 5:00 AM UTC time (14 Jan 24, 9:00 PM PST). Please expect short outages of the platform during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.