Coyote Linux is a mini distribution designed for setting up network utility services such as Internet connection sharing, firewalling, or wireless access points. The goal is to make it as quick and easy as possible to set up a Linux system with only a minimal amount of Linux knowledge.
Wolverine is an embedded distribution of Linux designed to function as a firewall and VPN server. This product is intended to be a less costly, commercial alternative to products such as the Cisco PIX, the FireBox, etc. Wolverine features a hardened Linux 2.6-based stateful firewall along with IPSEC and PPTP VPN services, dynamic DNS support, UPnP, DHCP, and Web or console based administration. As it is intended to be an embedded solution, the overall installation size is roughly 13Mb.
The Viper IDS is an IDS sensor that can be used stand-alone or as an add-on to the Wolverine Firewall and VPN server. It can log all alert information to a remote MySQL database that can be analyzed by applications such as ACID, or can be used with Wolverine to provide real-time responses to potential threats by dynamically adjusting perimeter firewall rule sets. It uses Snort for attack signature detection.
Re: same "improvements" as sourceforge ?
> But you are not going to do the same
> "improvements" as
> on sourceforge, will you? One killed
> site should be
> enough ...
I'd have to agree with this comment. The new "improved" sourceforge is one of the worst examples of a web UI I have run across in a long time. Is is anything but intuitive. I no longer use Source Forge to search for software at all - even getting redirected to it by other sites just for a download annoys me.
MOMMY, PLEASE, MAKE THESE BAD PEOPLE STOP!
They are scaring all of the little children and giving me a headache trying to actually read the annoucements ;)
Seriously, the color scheme is making my eyes water.