Oracle wraps top-notch security around Linux

Thursday, 24 February 2005, 10:56 AM EST

Oracle has tightened up the security of a number of its products to allow customers to use them in critical national infrastructures, including in conjunction with open source technology from Linux.

Oracle has met the Common Criteria Evaluations at the EAL4 level – the highest industry security level for commercial software – for its Oracle Internet Directory, a middleware component of Oracle Identity Management; Oracle9i Database release 2; and the Oracle9i Label Security release 2.

By Antony Savvas at ComputerWeekly.

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