ZDNet Australia: Banks Eye Bootable Linux CDs
Mar 24, 2005, 16:00 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Renai Lemay)
[ Thanks to Renai LeMay for this link.
"Australian company Cybersource says it's currently talking to
two domestic banks about providing Linux-based bootable CDs to
consumers to ensure Internet banking security.
"The company yesterday released information about its Online
Banking Coastguard solution. Coastguard is based upon Knoppix, a
Linux distribution which boots entirely from CD and is known for
its automatic hardware detection features. Cybersource has included
Mozilla Firefox as the sole browser for Internet banking..."