Red Hat targets security with Fedora Core 3

Friday, 12 November 2004, 8:37 AM EST

Red Hat Inc's Fedora Project community has introduced version 3 of the Fedora Core Linux operating system, including changes to the SELinux policy that enables users to target the most vulnerable programs.

Fedora Core 3 also sees the introduction of the Mozilla Firefox browser and Thunderbird email client to the community developed and supported Linux distribution. Though Fedora Core 3 receives no formal support from Red Hat, the code will eventually find its way into Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.

At Computer Business Review.

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