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LinuxMagic Releases VPN Firewall software

Author: JT Smith

Using the power of the Linux Operating system, and its tried and true
firewall technologies, LinuxMagic has just released its LinuxMagic VPN Firewall (Virtual Private Network) software.

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  • Linux

Computer Security Insurance

Author: JT Smith

Counterpane Internet Security has announced its plans to offer a comprehensive risk management insurance solution. Offered through authorized insurance brokers and backed by Lloyds of London, monitoring will be done via the installation of a Linux server on the network.

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  • Linux

Zero-Knowledge Systems Releases First Tranche of Souce Code

Author: JT Smith

Zero-Knowledge announces the release of the source code of the
Freedom Linux kernel interface. Source code will be available for
download from the Zero-Knowledge website.

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  • Linux

WIREX Releases Immunix OS 6.2

Author: JT Smith

WireX Communications, Inc. announces
the release of Immunix OS 6.2, an “immunized” Red Hat Linux distribution.

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  • Linux

Ottawa Linux Symposium Update

Author: JT Smith

Day by day highlights of the Ottawa Linux Symposium.

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  • Linux

The Myth of Open Source Security

Author: JT Smith

An author of the open source Mailman program
explains why open source is not as secure as you might think — using security holes in his own code as an example.

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  • Linux

PR: Strong support for software patent-free Europe

Author: JT Smith

The EuroLinux Petition for a Software Patent Free Europe had 20,000 signatures, including 300 corporate executives, after existing for one month, reports Linux PR.

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  • Linux

White House privacy advisor is computer savvy

Author: JT Smith

Peter Swire, the new White House privacy advisor, has a long history with these things called computers, Hearst Newspapers tells us. He started playing with them as a kid.

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  • Linux

How to set up OpenBSD 2.7 as a cable NAT system

Author: JT Smith

BSD Today walks you through setting up OpenBSD 2.7 as a cable NAT system, if that’s what you want to do.

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  • Linux

PR: SecuritySpace.com releases desktop security tool

Author: JT Smith

SecuritySpace.com has released the Desktop Security Audit, a new tool designed to reduce the cost of finding and fixing website and PC-based security holes, LinuxPR reports.

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  • Linux