gophish v0.2.0

@jordan-wright jordan-wright released this Nov 14, 2016 · 30 commits to master since this release

Say Hello to the New Gophish.

Sorry for the wait. We promise it was worth it.

This release marks Gophish's 3 year anniversary. When I first set out to build Gophish, I wanted to create the best phishing framework possible. This release gets us one step closer to that goal.

We've been busy! Here are just some of the new features in this release:

  • Now sending emails faster via gomail
  • Introduced beautiful modal dialogs via sweetalert2
  • Can now schedule campaigns
  • Can now mark a campaign as complete
  • Automatically converting <a> tags in imported emails to point to Gophish listener
  • Added Redirect URL to redirect users after they submit credentials

In addition to new features, we've also fixed a ton of bugs including:

  • Stored XSS vulnerabilities (only affected admin)
  • Fixed issue where attachments weren't sent in campaigns

Here are all issues we closed during this release.

Moving Forward

There are a couple of important things to note moving forward:

No longer providing email support

I want to provide the best support possible for gophish. While I like the idea of email support, it's just not the right way to move forward with gophish for a few reasons.

Specifically, I want support cases to be transparent so that the community can work together to solve them. If I receive an email, it's completely subject to me remembering to respond to it when I can if I remember.

I also found that I receive a significant amount of duplicate questions via email. Responding to each of these takes up cycles that could otherwise be spent innovating on Gophish features.

That being said, feel free to send nice words about gophish to our email address, but from now on all support tickets will be required to go through our Github issues, where all of them have been and will continue to be responded to. 😄

Moving Documentation

You'll notice that this release no longer contains a PDF of our User Guide. I'm experimenting with different ways to open up documentation to changes from the community. Right now, I've moved nearly everything to our wiki, but will continue tracking down the right fit for the Gophish documentation.

Update 12/14 - All documentation is being moved to our Gitbooks repo here: https://www.gitbook.com/@gophish

How to Upgrade

To upgrade, simply download the release for your platform, extract into a folder, and copy (remember to copy, not move so that you have a backup) your existing gophish.db file into the new directory. Then, run the new gophish binary and you'll be good to go!

Now, one more thing:

We want to hear from you!

Have questions, comments, or feature ideas about gophish? Let us know by filing an issue directly, or contacting us through our support page.

Enjoy!

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gophish v0.1.2

@jordan-wright jordan-wright released this Mar 4, 2016 · 114 commits to master since this release

Say Hello to the New gophish

This is the second release of gophish, and we couldn't be more excited! In this release, you'll find insanely cool features, numerous bug (or feature) fixes, and more.

Here are just a few of the added features since our last release:

  • Added the ability to capture credentials with just a click
  • Added the ability to store SMTP settings
  • Added polling on the campaign results page for near-realtime updates
  • Added the ability to ignore SMTP server certificate errors
  • Multiple UI fixes/tweaks (datatables, etc.)

These features came in the form of over 15 pull requests, and 56 closed issues.

This release is awesome, and you should feel awesome for using it.

How to Upgrade

To upgrade, simply download the release for your platform, extract into a folder, and copy your existing gophish.db file into the new directory. Then, run the new gophish binary and you'll be good to go!

Now, one more thing:

We want to hear from you!

Have questions, comments, or feature ideas about gophish? Let us know by filing an issue directly, or contacting us through our support page.

Enjoy!

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gophish v0.1.1

@jordan-wright jordan-wright released this Jan 29, 2016 · 213 commits to master since this release

It's finally here!

This release is the first public beta release of gophish. We are excited about all the awesome features this release brings, and are excited for you to give it a spin.

Here are just a few of the added features since the initial alpha pre-release:

  • Added the timeline feature for campaign results
  • Added default tracking to email templates
  • Added additional events (such as when errors occur)
  • Added the ability to access admin server/ phishing server over TLS
  • Multiple UI fixes/tweaks (datatables, etc.)
  • Added the ability to export results as CSV

These features came in the form of over 10 pull requests, and over 30 closed issues.

In addition to the added software features, we launched our public website! We will be updating the blog periodically with software updates as well as engineering notes. You can find our official release announcement here.

We want to hear from you!

Have questions, comments, or feature ideas about gophish? Let us know by filing an issue directly, or contacting us through our support page.

Enjoy!

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Pre-release

alpha

@jordan-wright jordan-wright released this Jan 13, 2016 · 273 commits to master since this release

gophish v0.1 - alpha

This is the alpha release of gophish. It contains all the functionality needed to create and launch a realistic simulated phishing campaign and record the results.

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