Secure Linux: hope or hype?

Thursday, 30 September 2004, 4:20 PM EST

The race is on to deliver a version of the Linux open-source operating system that will be more secure than any of its predecessors but also manageable and affordable enough to garner widespread acceptance. Linux developer MandrakeSoft SA and a consortium of European software makers have tossed their hat into the ring, as has Trusted Computer Solutions Inc., a maker of software used by government agencies and businesses to securely transfer sensitive data.

By Larry Greenemeier at Linux Pipeline.

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