Guardian Digital Presents EnGarde Secure Linux
Source: Guardian Digital, Inc. - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Security Projects EnGarde is the next generation in Linux security providing a complete suite of e-business services, intrusion alert capabilities, improved authentication and access control utilizing strong cryptography, and complete SSL secure Web-based administration capabilities. Imagine a cohesive suite of Open Source applications . . . EnGarde is the next generation in Linux security providing a complete suite of e-business services, intrusion alert capabilities, improved authentication and access control utilizing strong cryptography, and complete SSL secure Web-based administration capabilities. Imagine a cohesive suite of Open Source applications converging to provide the level of security required for corporate environments as well as security-conscious Internet users. Imagine the ability to manage and create secure Web sites, configure DNS, e-mail, SSL certificates, and other administrative tasks using a secure Web-based front-end.

Now visualize the ability to create complete e-business storefronts. This suite of applications would then provide all the components necessary for an organization to securely conduct business on the Web, perform the function of a network intrusion detection system, and securely host Web sites.

That is precisely what Guardian Digital has done with the creation of EnGarde, an easy-to-use, low maintenance, ultra high secure Linux server distribution. On March 30, 2001, at 00:01 EST, Guardian Digital, the Open Source security company, will unveil EnGarde Finestra, a stable and revolutionary release like none before it.

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