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"Today, we release the 50th update of IPFire 2.9. In Core 50 there are updates to Squid (3.1.14), Python (2.7.2), Apache (2.2.19), smartmontools and collectd. From now on, IPFire is installable and configurable in Polish language and there have been a couple of small issues removed on the web user interface. Since 44 months and 50 core updates, IPFire is working better than on the first day. The developers keep working on little updates that improve the base system and add-ons, but also bring major updates along the way. That is why the system runs great on recent hardware and keeps up with new technologies. Special attention is paid to safety-critical problems. Many security issues of third party packages have been patched, tested and delivered within a couple of hours."