Open-AudIT v1.0.3 released
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Author:  Mark [ Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:36 pm ]
Post subject:  Open-AudIT v1.0.3 released

New Version!

Release notes available here. Upgrade notes (from v1.0.2) available here. Initial support for Linux auditing is now included in the download. Make sure you checkout the other documentation also available. Open-AudIT Enterprise also available upon request. Please contact Opmantek to arrange a trial license. Grab v1.0.3 from the downloads page.

PLEASE BUY A SUPPORT AGREEMENT IF YOU CAN - Open-AudIT must remain free and high quality, support agreements enable that.

Also please let us know if you are interested in new modules - e.g. Software Asset Management, Dashboards, Compliance Auditing, etc or customisations/training as we are developing more modules as requested.

We are recommending all Open-AudIT users upgrade to the v1.0.3 release.

For Opmantek customers with commercial support I will be responding personally to any questions and assisting with anything you need, please use your assigned support email address.

NOTE - I have two additional files that can be replaced in 1.0.3. open-audit/other/ and open-audit/code_igniter/application/controllers/system.php They are both attached. You will need to rename them to .sh and .php respectively.

File comment: rename to system.php
system.txt [20.09 KiB]
Downloaded 265 times
File comment: rename to
audit_linux.txt [49.19 KiB]
Downloaded 247 times

Author:  STARAG [ Tue Feb 25, 2014 9:52 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Open-AudIT v1.0.3 released

if the Enterprise Edition is the same buggy thing, than the free version, i will no longer be a user of that (to be honest ), quiet nice application (like the first open-audit. not v1.2) the old one

Author:  Mark [ Tue Feb 25, 2014 10:44 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Open-AudIT v1.0.3 released

The Enterprise version builds upon the open source (Community) version and provides features such as Google Maps integration, Scheduled Reporting, Dashboard and History. It is a completely separate code base. Enterprise depends on Community. Community does not depend on Enterprise.

Care to expand on your post?

Have you found bugs in v1.2 (or any previous version) and not had them fixed? Did you report them? How can I help?

Constructive feedback is always welcome but your post does sound a little like a rant (apologies if it is not meant to be, that's just the way it reads to me).

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