LinuxFocus.org: Bastille-LinuxSep 24, 2000, 17:31 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Frédéric Raynal)
"With regards to security, Linux is much better than other operating systems. Nevertheless, every distribution is different from the other one concerning this matter. Bastille-Linux provides you with means to protect your system. It was initially written for RedHat but the last version works with other distributions too."
"The project is managed by Jon Lasser (main coordinator) and Jay Beale (main developer). Many other developers, software designers and beta-testers are involved as well."
"First of all, let's make it clear: Bastille-Linux is NOT a new Linux distribution! It's a set of scripts, written in perl intended to improve Linux security."