Googgun's security products aimed at corporate clients

Tuesday, 23 November 2004, 8:08 AM EST

Two of Googgun's products -- an operating system called SnapLinux and a security program called Trustifier --haven't received much attention in Canada yet, but both were picked by Allen & Unwin to secure its network and servers from hackers trying to get their hands on the latest Harry Potter manuscript.

"We were upgrading our firewall systems just to prepare for it, because it was a pretty big book and we were all scared that people might just do some nasty things," says Aaron Drummond, systems administrator for Allen & Unwin.

By David Pizer at the Ottawa Sun.

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