Linux distro or network traffic cop? It's both!

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| The bottom line is that IPCop is a mature, robust, sophisticated, and
| well-polished security distribution. It's also well supported. The
| installation and administration documentation is excellent, and I've found
| the #IPCop IRC channel on freenode.net to be a friendly, helpful place to ask
| questions of other IPCop users.
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http://www.linux.com/feature/121613


Related:

Release of IPCop 1.4.16

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| As usual, this version can be installed as an update from previous v1.4.x
| versions or with a ready-to-go ISO or usb bootable images or pxe for a fresh
| install.
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http://www.ipcop.org/index.php?name=...article&sid=37


IPCop 1.4.15 released

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| IPCop Linux is a complete Linux Distribution whose sole purpose is to
| protect the networks it is installed on. By implementing existing
| technology, outstanding new technology and secure programming
| practices IPCop is the Linux Distribution for those wanting to
| keep their computers/networks safe.
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http://www.ipcop.org/modules.php?op=...rder=0&thold=0
http://tinyurl.com/ysj6ek


IPCop 1.4.14 released

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| This release is mainly bug fixes, upgrade due to security issues and
| updated timezone. Main upgrade are squid-2.6.STABLE9, snort-2.6.1.3,
| timezone2007c and works on VPN
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http://www.ipcop.org/


Why Having 500+ Distros is a Good Thing

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| Perhaps next time the author might think about what they're
| saying...because limiting the number of distros out there is
| absolutely NOT the way to go to accomplish anything other
| than limiting innovation.
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http://linux-blog.org/index.php?/arc...ood-Thing.html