Virtualizor 2.3.2 released !

Hi,

The Virtualizor Team has released Virtualizor 2.3.2
This version resolves a Security issues with some minor Bug fixes.

Below is a list of changes:

1) [Security fix] Users were able to delete the PDNS domain which is not belongs to them. This is fixed now.

2) [Feature] InterWorx panel integrated in Virtualizor. Now endusers can install InterWorx panel into their VPS with one click.

3) [Bug Fix] Users were able to set VSwap setting in CentOS 5, which is prohibited and fixed now.

4) [Big Fix] In Configuration page, VSwap checkbox value was not stored while in cluster. VSwap will now be on by default for RHEL 6 versions.

5) Kloxo Control panel installation option removed from enduser panel.

Virtualizor supports OpenVZ, Xen and Linux-KVM and they all can be managed from the Master. We are adding more features and if you have any suggestions, do let us know. We hope you enjoy this version of Virtualizor.

Regards,
The Virtualizor Team

Virtualizor 2.3.1 released !

Hi,

The Virtualizor Team has released Virtualizor 2.3.1
This version resolves Critical Security issues and minor Bug fixes.

Below is a list of changes:

1) [Critical Bug Fix] We would like to thank Safe Or Not and Rack911 for reporting the issues. These are critical bug fixes and we recommend all users to upgrade immediately.

Note : The Virtualizor core will update itself every 24 hours. If you would like to manually update immediately, you can run the following command :
/usr/local/emps/bin/php /usr/local/virtualizor/scripts/cron.php

2) [Bug-Fix] While adding PDNS Server, the default database was set to empty. It is now set to ‘powerdns’.

Virtualizor supports OpenVZ, Xen and Linux-KVM and they all can be managed from the Master. We are adding more features and if you have any suggestions, do let us know. We hope you enjoy this version of Virtualizor.

Regards,
The Virtualizor Team

Virtualizor 2.3.0 released !

Hi,

The Virtualizor Team has released Virtualizor 2.3.0
This version contains a Security fix, a new feature and minor Bug fixes.

Below is a list of changes:

1) [Critical Bug Fix] – Added prevention for CSRF attacks. We would like to thank Rack911.com for discovering and reporting this issue.

2) In KVM servers, added a configuration to specify the Overcommit Memory Limit.

3) [Bug-Fix] – IPv6 support fixed for OpenVZ and KVM.

4) [Bug-Fix] – IPv6 support fixed for Debian templates in XEN.

5) [Bug-Fix] – In edit IPv6 page, users were able to change the Routed Network settings, which is prohibited and fixed now.

6) [Bug-Fix] – Admin could add IPv6 IPs without assigning the IP Pool. This is fixed now.

7) [Bug-Fix] – Disabled editing the routed network setting while NAT is enabled for the IP Pool.

8) [Bug-Fix] – Admin was able to add the server as a Slave to the same server. This is fixed now.

9) [GUI-Fix] – VNC details were displayed incorrectly in cluster while creating VPS. This is fixed now.

10) [Bug-Fix] – Admin could set the RAM value more than the available memory while editing the VPS. This is fixed now.

11) [Bug-Fix] – The Admin was able to set the SWAP RAM in XEN-PV and Burst RAM in OpenVZ to zero, while creating or editing a VPS. This is fixed now.

12) [Bug-Fix] – There was a Rescue mode configuration issue which caused a XEN-PV VPS to fail while starting the VPS. This is Fixed now.

Virtualizor supports OpenVZ, Xen and Linux-KVM and they all can be managed from the Master. We are adding more features and if you have any suggestions, do let us know. We hope you enjoy this version of Virtualizor.

Regards,
The Virtualizor Team