Security Linux News for Mar 28, 2000
InformationWeek: Hacker School Teaches Security... Students Learn Vulnerabilities... (Mar 28, 2000, 20:58)
" 'We have laptops for everybody with both Linux and NT, and we
bring our own server boxes that have been misconfigured or have
known vulnerabilities on them and then allow the students to break
InternetWeek: [PentaSafe] Software Offers Consolidated View (Mar 28, 2000, 20:37)
"Vigilent Security Management gives IT managers a consolidated
view of the security picture of their Windows NT, Unix, IBM AS/400
and Linux operating systems as well as Apache servers."
PRNewswire: eSoft and Hewlett-Packard Announce Strategic redphish Agreement (Mar 28, 2000, 18:03)
"HP will license and distribute eSoft's redphish Linux Internet
appliance software as a key component of a complete hardware and
software solution to the Latin American marketplace."
VNU Net: Novell promises more multi-platform support (Mar 28, 2000, 14:54)
"Novell's high-profile products such as Novell Directory
Services (NDS) and Zenworks desktop management tools already run on
a variety of operating systems, including Solaris, Windows NT and
Windows 2000 and Linux."
CCN: Progressive Systems and KDD Partner to Distribute Linux Firewall Appliance in Japan (Mar 28, 2000, 03:56)
"The KDD-NS distributionof and technical support for the Phoenix
Adaptive Firewall allows us to introduce this Linux security
solution to the Japanese markets very quickly."
PRNewswire: Intrusion.com Delivers First Linux VPN-1/FireWall-1 Appliance Aimed At Enterprise (Mar 28, 2000, 00:42)
"SecureCom 8000 Combines Check Point's Secure Virtual Network
Architecture with Hardened Red Hat Linux to Provide an Optimized
Security Solution for E-business."
PRNewswire: PentaSafe Announces Security Solution for Linux, Partnership With Red Hat (Mar 28, 2000, 00:12)
"VigilEnt Security Agent for Linux Answers Growing Security
Concerns Of E-Businesses."
BW: Check Point Enables Turnkey Security for E-Business Via New Linux OPSEC Appliance Initiative (Mar 28, 2000, 00:04)
"The new program is centered around Linux-based appliances,
leveraging the open source flexibility, reliability and performance
of the Linux operating system."