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PRNewswire: Cybernet's NetMAX Selects RSA... to Enhance Linux-based Internet Appliance Products

Aug 01, 2000, 19:48 (0 Talkback[s])

"RSA Security Inc. (Nasdaq: RSAS) today announced that the NetMAX division of Cybernet Systems Corporation, the developer of a popular line of easy-to-use and install Linux-based products, has licensed RSA BSAFE Crypto-C security software for inclusion in its NetMAX family of Internet appliance software. NetMAX reinforces its strong position for meeting the security and connectivity needs of its customers by incorporating RSA Security encryption software into the NetMAX FireWall ProSuite, NetMAX Internet Server ProSuite, NetMAX Professional Suite and NetMAX VPN Server Suite."

"Many NetMAX customers, and the resellers that support these customers, need a secure method for managing their servers," said Rob Falkner, Cybernet's director of marketing for NetMAX. "Adding RSA Security-enabled SSL and SSH capabilities to the NetMAX products allows us to provide a proven and secure solution that addresses this growing need in the marketplace."

"By relying on RSA Security components, NetMAX is able to offer secure business solutions that deliver the power of the Linux operating system," said Scott Schnell, senior vice president of marketing at RSA security. "We are pleased that NetMAX quickly and easily implemented the RSA Security software products into its development process, resulting in a trusted and reliable security foundation."

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