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GreenSQL-FW: 1.0.0 released

The GreenSQL team is ready to present a new version of GreenSQL - SQL Database Firewall. GreenSQL intercepts SQL commands being sent to MySQL, checks them, and then either halts the query or passes it on to MySQL proper. Then it returns the query results to the calling application. Currently only MySQL database is supported. GreenSQL is distributed under the GPL license. This release includes a new version of firewall and a management application.

New application version is devoted in memory of Yuli’s father - Robert Stremovsky who had passed away February 14, 2009. Successful entrepreneur, industry expert and brilliant scientists in the field of chemistry, he struggled to prevent ecological catastrophe after the Chernobyl disaster. In our hearts you're always there.

This is a major application release geared towards application stability, ease of use, performance increase and elimination of bugs.

This release includes a number of pre-build packages of popular operating systems. We supply packages for CentOS, Fedora, Mandriva, Red Hat, openSUSE, Ubuntu, and Debian.

List of changes:
1. Code optimization.
2. Fixed a number of bugs related to networking connectivity.
3. Extended support for specific MySQL SQL commands.
4. Ease of use.

New management version is numbered 0.5.0 .
New firewall version is numbered 1.0.0 .

Your comments would be most appreciated.
We welcome any suggestions for new features or improvements.

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What a big suprise! I think

What a big suprise!

I think that GreenSQL is dead, but it still alive :) I love it! :)

It is great to see that this

It is great to see that this release is a lot more stable; running it for a few months now without a single crash!

Keep up the good work :)

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