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LinuxPR: Zero-Knowledge Systems Releases Source Code of its New Linux Freedom 2.0 Client

Oct 23, 2000, 16:53 (3 Talkback[s])

"Zero-Knowledge Systems Inc., the leading developer of privacy solutions for consumers and companies, today released the source code of its next-generation Linux Freedom client. The company also announced its commitment to open sourcing the entire award-winning Freedom privacy suite."

"This open source initiative demonstrates the company's commitment to creating open standards and ubiquitous privacy technologies that benefit all Internet users. Using Freedom code developed by Zero-Knowledge, developers, cryptographers and standards bodies will be able to build new open protocols and technologies for protecting privacy."

"As the recognized privacy leader, Zero-Knowledge is fulfilling its commitment to deploy consumer products that are open and transparent in order to allow anyone to verify how they perform. The release of source code provides the software development and security communities the necessary proof that Freedom alone empowers consumers to trust only themselves with their data and privacy."

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