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Barracuda Network Access Client

Release Notes - Barracuda VPN Client for Linux

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This section contains the release notes for the Barracuda Network Access Client for Linux.

Version 5.1.4

  • Updates for better usability and stability.

Version 5.0.2.7

  • Fix of a moderate security vulnerability (CVE-2019-6724) where under certain circumstances a local privilege escalation attack was possible. [BNNGF-57654]

Version 5.0.2.5

  • The Barracuda Network Access Client for Linux now offers more granular logging.
  • The Barracuda Network Access Client for Linux now supports Fast Reconnect [BNNGF-55415]
  • The Barracuda Network Access Client for Linux now correctly recognizes changed name server settings without having to be restarted.
  • The installation package for BSD now follows the proper naming convention to support installation via pkg-add.

Version 5.0.2

  • Barracuda Network Access Client version 5.0.2 is the direct successor to Barracuda Network Access Client version 5.0 and contains all improvements and features delivered with version 5.0.
  • Updating to Barracuda Network Access Client 5.0 is possible for any prior version.
What´s New with the Barracuda VPN Client for Linux Version 5.0.2
  • Exclusive Network Access (ENA) support now also available for the Linux VPN Client [BNNGF-51631]

  • Linux VPN client calculated new ID on reconnect which lead to re-establishing of all client session. [BNNGF-52318]

  • Usage of rtnetlink and deprecated route command works now as expected. [BNNGF-54719]

Version 5.0

  • Barracuda Network Access Client version 5.0 is the direct successor to Barracuda Network Access Client version 4.3 and contains all improvements and features delivered with version 4.3.
  • Updating to Barracuda Network Access Client 5.0 is possible for any prior version.
What´s New with the Barracuda VPN Client for Linux Version 5.0
  • Consolidate multiple hosts configuration has been implemented. [BNNGF-52516]

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