Turris OS 5.2

May 26, 2021

In the newly released Turris OS 5.2 version, you can find Overview after logging in to web interface reForis. It provides you easily recognized status about the activated services for automatic updates, data collection, dynamic firewall, test for Internet connectivity, speed test using Netmetr.cz, and added list of OpenVPN clients to any OpenVPN servers. Based on the community feedback, we prepared for you the requested missing features in reForis. Since this release, you can see the Storage tab, the possibility of doing a factory reset from the UI and adding a registration token to use Honeypot as a Service. Some of these features were missing from an old web interface or fur previous major version of Turris OS.

More details can be found on the blog of CZ.NIC employees.

Turris Zero

April 1, 2021

Turris Zero firewall with 100% lifetime security warranty

Turris Zero is a unique device, and thanks to its 100% secure firewall, it automatically keeps your network safe against all Internet threats and against the Internet itself. As the Internet is, most of the time, a source of negative feelings and emotions. It provides a lifetime guarantee and automatic updates for free.

Turris Zero protects you against all current and future threats in a few decades. The user interface with a fingerprint sensor hidden inside the Turris logo is intuitive. It includes automatically hidden WAN and LAN ports on shorter edges of the case. Every household member 5-99 years old would be able to setup this device. You can let both a child or an active elder of your family to configure this secure firewall for you. The administration interface is designed entirely autonomous and unattended. You don’t need to log in anywhere. Also, you don’t need to remember any useless credentials.

Turris Zero is entirely open-source, of course. It runs the unique operating system Turris OS 0.0 on completely open hardware, which you can modify and combine as you like it. For example, you can connect these two firewalls behind …

Kingdom of Railways

March 25, 2021

Turris routers provide high-quality and secure Wi-Fi connections for visitors in Kingdom of Railways at Prague. We have installed a complete Wi-Fi network for all railway model fans in cooperation with Stelio s.r.o. company, which operates this service for Království železnic a.s. Turris Omnia provides a gateway to the Internet, and Turris MOX with external antennas takes role of Wi-Fi access points. 285 cables and 54 external antennas are needed to interconnect whole network setup. All Turris devices are ready and waiting for visitors.

You can view a video from the network installation on our YouTube channel.

InstallFest 2021

March 6, 2021

The online conference InstallFest 2021 took place on Sunday 6.3.2021. Our colleagues attended this conference with their lectures and as well with a virtual booth for persons interested in Turris devices.

Michal Hrušecký introduced new features in prepared Turris OS 5.2 release. Martin Prudek presented aspects of Influx DB and its potential in Turris Sentinel network threats detection system. And finally, Karel Kočí shared his experiences with Gentoo distribution usage for both work and private.

Recordings of these lectures (Czech only currently) are available on YouTube, and we have prepared a short playlist of Turris related lectures.

Turris Academy

Feb. 24, 2021

Turris launches an online course called Turris Academy. You can look forward to streaming examples, manuals, and lectures about Turris devices and software.

The content of the first lecture was unboxing and the initial setup of Turris Omnia router. A recording of this first session is available on our YouTube channel.

Turris Shield – hardware firewall from the Turris open-source product family

Sept. 4, 2020

Our hot news, which we introduced this week, offers internet users a unique way to secure all the devices connected to their home network. You do not have to be an IT expert or professional network admin to use Turris Shield. The only thing you need to do is to plug in the new Turris in front of your Wi-Fi router which secures your entire household or office.

 

More information on Turrisu Shield can be found at product website. You can also read more in our press release about the new Turris that we have published. And one more note — Turris Shield is sold on European Amazon for 99.

 

Turris OS 5.1

Aug. 29, 2020

Turris OS 5.1 is based on top of OpenWrt 19.07 with our feed and few patches. It supports Turris Omnia, Turris MOX and Turris Shield. There is also an experimental support for Turris 1.x routers.

This release contains new configuration frontend named reForis and several tabs in Foris were deprecated in favor of reForis. In reForis you can find more detailed package selection as well as basic integration of Turris Sentinel.

New features:

  • Introduced new data collection system Sentinel
  • reForis (future default web interface)
    • Now installed by default
    • Added NetMetr, OpenVPN client and remote devices plugins
  • Package lists
    • Expanded with labels and additional options
    • Added option to select alternative WiFi drivers
  • Nextcloud updated to version 18

T-Shirts everywhere!

July 9, 2020

Everyone loves swag. We do as well. On every conference people are always looking to get some T-shirts, buttons or anything with our brand on it. We even get requests from time to time on our support whether we can sell a T-shirt and send it around the globe. It would be possible in theory, we could setup a shop selling nice T-shirts, but we want to focus on our main goal - making updates to make your routers even better and more secure. Thus we decided to let somebody else help us with T-shirts and various other swag that we even haven't tried producing yet. Starting today, you can find official Turris swag shop on https://swag.turris.cz

Company behind it can produce various items and send them wherever you are. We hope this makes our T-shirts and other items much easier to obtain and you wouldn't have to wait for the next conference and travel to Europe to get a Turris pin for your new shirt.

 

Turris OS 5.0

June 8, 2020

We have released a new version of Turris OS – 5.0, which is based on the Linux distribution OpenWrt 19.07.3. The latest release of the operating system provides basic support for the WPA3 standard, which is, however, not set by default and requires the installation of additional packages. The big news is the gradual redesign of the Foris website (reForis). Currently, it is possible to set the snaphost integration in the graphical interface or redirection to a custom DNS server, which we have not set either.

With the release of Turris OS 5.0, we also prepared an experimental guide for migration from Turris OS 3.x. You can find the specific instructions in the manual available in our documentation.

Turris Omnia 2020 router has been certified by the FCC. New features include the Sentinel security system

March 25, 2020

The latest version of our router, Turris Omnia 2020, has been certified by the FCC, which is mandatory for sale on the U.S. market. This is related to the fact that this router is now also available at the Amazon.com online store.

The new version, which is offered for 334 U.S. dollars, has a silver metal design and features Turris OS 4.0. It also offers unique automatic security updates and a test version of the new Sentinel security system, which allows you to respond to network threats faster.

Customers from Europe will soon be able to order Turris Omnia 2020 in online stores Amazon.de, Amazon.fr, Amazon.es or Amazon.it. In the Czech Republic, this new product from the CZ.NIC association’s workshop is available at the CZC and Datart stores.

Turris @ SCaLE

March 2, 2020

SCaLE 18X – the 18th annual Southern California Linux Expo – will take place on March. 5-8, 2020, at the Pasadena Convention Center. It is the largest community-run open-source and free software conference in North America. It is held annually in the greater Los Angeles area. And we will take a part in it this year again!

We will have a booth in Expo area where you can talk to us about general topic but also deep technical stuff. We will have with us both Turris Omnia and Turris MOX to take a look at.

Apart from the Expo part, we will also have a talk on Saturday from 13:30 about Turris Sentinel - our security program. What is it, how it came into being, how it works and most importantly, how you can use it and participate.

Looking forward to meeting our Noth American community!