Novell snaps up Linux security company

Wednesday, 11 May 2005, 3:21 PM EST

Linux vendor Novell Inc. has acquired Immunix Inc., a security software vendor in Portland, Ore. The 15-person company was bought last week, but terms of the deal aren't being released, according to Novell.

Immunix was founded in 1998, in part with money from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, to develop security software for Linux.

By Martyn Williams at Computerworld.

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