Sun Microsystems opens early registration for secure desktop

Thursday, 14 August 2003, 12:07 AM EST

In response to yet another massive security vulnerability in Microsoft's Windows operating system (the MSBlast Internet worm), Sun Microsystems, Inc. announced the opening of early registration for customers seeking an interoperable and secure desktop alternative.

Project Mad Hatter, Sun's open source-based desktop, addresses the risk and expense associated with Microsoft Windows and Office platforms. By engineering security into its infrastructure from the start, Sun's Project Mad Hatter offers a radical reduction in complexity and security exposure the MSBlast worm has once again highlighted.

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