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A Marriage Made In Linux Heaven  24 May 2000 
Source: Forbes - Posted by Team   
"EBiz Enterprises was looking for a way to grow from a bulletin board stock to a Nasdaq stock. was stuck in pre-IPO mode, its plans for a public offering scuttled by the sour market." . . .
BMC beefs up its 'patrol' of IT Resources  23 May 2000 
Source: ZDNet - Posted by Team   
BMC, as part of its ebusiness initiative announced last fall, also released a new tool for managing firewalls. The Patrol for Firewalls software monitors enterprise firewalls and reports on security risks or problems that take place at enforcement points. . . .
TurboLinux and RSA Security Align for Secure E-Commerce Linux Solution  22 May 2000 
Source: Newsalert - Posted by Team   
TurboLinux Inc., the high-performance Linux company, and RSA Security Inc., the most trusted name in e-security, today announced that TurboLinux has signed an agreement to license RSA Security software for use in its e-commerce Linux operating system platform, TurboLinux Server . . .
Sony launches PKI compliant fingerprint-scanning technology  22 May 2000 
Source: Securitywatch [Thanks to Chris Parker] - Posted by Team   
It would be great to know the state of the Linux support for this. See for more biometrics info. "Sony has launched a new biometrics product, the FIU-700 fingerprint identification system. The product is a credit . . .
Dsniff v2.1 Released  22 May 2000 
Source: Posted by:Benjamin D. Thomas - Posted by Team   
Dsniff is a tool suite to audit your network. It includes tools for sniffing cleartext protocols, ip redirection, mac flooding, so be careful! The features include arpredirect, macof, tcpkill, tcpnice, dsniff, mailsnarf, urlsnarf, webspy. The tool was written by . . .
Intel releases security implementation  15 May 2000 
Source: InfoWorld - Posted by Team   
Intel on Monday announced the release of the open-source specification and reference implementation of its CDSA (Common Data Security Architecture) version 2, release 3.0 through the company Web site. The security specification will simplify the assignment of security technology . . .
( BW)(CA-LINUXSOLVE) LinuxSolve, Inc. Debuts Industry's First "Immunized" Secure Server Appliances R  09 May 2000 
Source: - Posted by Team   
LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 9, 2000--LinuxSolve(TM), Inc., the Santa Clara-based developer and integrator of pre-packaged turnkey security solutions for e-business, will be showing its line of "immunized" secure server appliances this week at Networld + Interop 2000 in Las Vegas, Nevada. . . .
VNU Net: Linux boosted by new security software  04 May 2000 
Source: --   - Posted by Team   
Linux security was bolstered last week when Lucent's Bell Labs said that it is releasing free software for the operating system to protect enterprise servers against buffer overflow attacks. Buffer overflows have been the most common form of . . .
OpenSales Raises $10 Million in Series A Financing  02 May 2000 
Source: LinuxPR - Posted by Team   
OpenSales, Inc., the leading provider of open source e-commerce solutions, today announced that it has secured $10 million in Series A financing. Participating in the round were idealab Capital Partners (ICP), idealab! and Sanchez Capital Partners. The company was founded . . .
LinuxSolve, Inc. to Develop and Sell the World's First "Immunized" Secure Server Appliances Running  26 April 2000 
Source: LinuxSolve -- Andy Kaufman - Posted by Team   
A team of former management from AMD, EDS, Apple, and Penguin Computing has founded LinuxSolve™, Inc., the industry's first company to develop and market "Immunized" secure server appliances running on the Linux operating system. Each LinuxSolve™ secure server appliance runs . . .
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