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Security Portal: Trinux: The Linux Security Appliance

Jul 13, 1999, 04:53 (0 Talkback[s])

Thanks to Jim Reavis for this link.

"They say that good things come in small packages with Linux, but even so, it is hard to believe how much functionality you can get out of Trinux. Whether your network is primarily NT, Linux, or some other flavor of Unix is immaterial - if it is based on TCP/IP, Trinux can be a valuable tool. Trinux is the Linux Security Appliance, and is a valuable tool for any network engineer and security specialist.

"What is Trinux? Trinux is a small, portable, re-compiled version of Linux, stripped of non-essential modules and enhanced with GPL security tools. By doing an excellent job of identifying module dependencies, the authors of Trinux are able to create a special Linux distribution that can fit on two high density floppies."

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