Sun heats up Solaris

Monday, 3 June 2002, 6:23 PM EST

Sun Microsystems Inc. last week unveiled the latest release of its Solaris operating system. This is a list of some security features:

Includes SunScreen Version 3.2 software for firewalls, Solaris Secure Shell for remote access and management, built-in 128-bit encryption so that only authorized parties can communicate with the application, Kerberos Version 5 server integration, buffer overflow protection and role-based access control.

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