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LinuxPR: LinuxSolve, Inc. Launches the LinuxSolve Cache, the Next Generation in Secure Internet Caching Appliances

Oct 06, 2000, 15:45 (0 Talkback[s])

"LinuxSolve, the leading developer of secure server appliances for Internet infrastructure, announced today that it is shipping the Cache secure server appliance, the industry's first secure internet caching appliance. The LinuxSolve Cache is the latest in a strong line of secure server appliance products introduced by LinuxSolve. The Cache product enables content consumer-side or content delivery-side companies to speed up the loading of frequently accessed Web pages, cache DNS information, IP and Web address filtering for content, and reduce overall latency times, freeing up network traffic."

"The LinuxSolve Cache ships with LinuxSolve's GuardWorks secure server appliance operating system. The most secure Linux operating system available, GuardWorks contains security features not found in other distributions of Linux. Among these features are protection against stack-smashing attacks, prevention of buffer overflows, detection and prevention of CGI attacks, SMB probes, and OS fingerprinting. Not only is the GuardWorks's powered Cache "virtually" hacker proof, but it includes a Web browser user interface for secure, remote server administration in 10 different languages. These include: French, Spanish, Russian, Swedish, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese, English, German, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese."

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