Coming next year: the first 'trusted' Linux OS

Thursday, 29 September 2005, 12:46 AM EST

The National Security Agency has for years been calling for someone - anyone - to develop a secure, mainstream operating system that can address system access and other security concerns at the very heart of an IT infrastructure. Now a coalition of open-source technology providers plans to heed the government's call by using Linux as the platform for delivering a highly secure operating system to the masses.

By Larry Greenemeier at Security Pipeline.

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