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pfSense Moving in a Bad Direction?

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So, I came across this today:


Apparently the company that owns/develops/whatever pfSense nowadays, NetGate, got slapped around for squatting on and using the domain to discredit the OpnSense project. I'd kinda got the feeling that pfSense was heading toward the closed-source corporate end of the scale. That's unfortunate to see. Guess I'll be trying out OpnSense some time -- I use a plain OpenBSD install on the routers I own/manage, but I often recommend pfSense to clients who want to manage their own.


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