SIPStation has always had a goal of being simple to understand and easy to use with FreePBX. When we acquired SIPStation along with FreePBX at the end of February the basics were there. You could buy trunks and DIDs, plug in a keycode into your SIPStation module and be up and running in minutes! That
Author: Philippe Lindheimer
Earlier this week we detected a breach to one of our servers as a result of a vulnerability in the OpenX Open Source project that was reported earlier this month. We utilize OpenX within the FreePBX.org server infrastructure. The hacker got to our system prior to us updating the server. We closed the security hole
If you’ve been on top of the online module repository then you may have noticed that the last Framework and Core update brought your 2.11 system up to final release state. As we discussed in [url=/news/2013-04-18/quick-release-candidate-and-otts-space-still-available] one of our last blogs[/url] this has been a long release but we are excited to mark it final
Back again with a few more features being added to the Routing and Trunks category though this time targeted at 2.11. Tony told you about the [url=/news/2012-09-20/freepbx-extension-routing-module]Extension Routing module[/url] a week or so ago which resulted in a lot of positive feedback and happy community members who have wanted a simple solution to this problem.
I’ve been back from Spring break for a week so time for an update. I’ll go over some of the CEL (Call Event Log) work, talk a bit about some security “auditing” additions I’ve been adding to Module Admin, and give you a preview on some great work towards a full FreePBX Distro ISO (vs.