September 30, 2003

Innominate wins Wolfsburg prize for tiny embedded Linux security device

A tiny network security device running embedded Linux has earned Innominate the Wolfsburg AG Competence Prize, this year
awarded for the IT category in the field of "Network Embedded Systems." Judges in the 25,000 Euro annual prize for industry co-sponsored by Volkswagon
and the city of Wolfsburg praised Innominate for building a security device on an open architecture, for filling a market niche, and for the ease of
use of its Linux-based Innominate mGuard security appliance. The device runs a hardened Linux kernel based on Debian 2.4 that Innominate developed


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