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Unofficial Dansguardian addon bundle for IPCop 2.0.3 - 2.06

Cop+ End of Life - April 2014
Cop+ development is terminated. Release 3.2.0 was the last one.

My apologies to those of you who are dependent on Dansguardian, but I don't have the time anymore to continue development. With IPCop 2.1.1 and later you get much of the functionality of Dansguardian with the built-in URLFilter. If you really need the functionality of Dansguardian there are other free firewall options with Dansguardian out there. Be aware that development of Dansguardian itself has been stalled for quite a while.

To transition an existing IPCop with Cop+ firewall to Using URLFilter instead of Dansguardian, see the instructions here: transition.html

ALERT: The IPCop 2.1.1 update breaks Cop+, don't install 2.1.1 or later until you uninstall Cop+!

Dansguardian causes unstable memory problems. I have not been able to discover why or fix it. Uninstall Cop+ before applying the IPCop 2.1.1 update. After updating IPCop you can configure the new URLfilter to do content filtering for you.

This addon has NOT been approved or checked out by the IPCop development team. It may break something on your Firewall, especially if you have already modified IPCop in any way. Properly warned ye be...

See the installation page to get the latest version, Cop+3.2.0

Cop+ 3.2.0  will not work on IPCop 1.4.x or on IPCop 2.0.0- 2.0.2, nor on IPCop 2.1.1 or later.

What is it?

Cop+ is a Dansguardian add-on for the IPCop firewall designed to enhance IPCop for use in small non-profit offices.
Cop+ includes:

Licensing: Cop+ is released under GPL version 2. This means anyone may use and copy it freely. Commercial users (and others) are encouraged to support Dansguardian with a donation.
Likewise, Cop+ is distributed with no support, and No Warranty whatsoever. Please use it at your own risk.

Feedback is welcome if you find any issues. There are NO known security risks.


I am not connected with the developers of Dansguardian or IPCop.

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