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PRNewswire: Argus to Develop Trusted Web Foundation for Linux

Feb 28, 2000, 15:16 (0 Talkback[s])

"Enterprise-Level Security Solution to Be Positioned for Linux Community."

"Argus Systems Group, Inc., the leader in trusted web platforms, today announced its plans to develop a version of its PitBull security product line on the Linux platform. With this development, Argus expands its position as the first and only multi-platform vendor of trusted web foundation security technology."

"Argus plans to begin development of a version of its PitBull product line, including both the PitBull Foundation and the PitBull .comPack security products, on the Linux platform immediately. Argus expects to deliver a trusted web foundation on the Linux platform in Q4 2000."

"PitBull Foundation and PitBull .comPack are trusted web foundations designed to protect web servers from malicious attack to alter data and web pages, steal information or monetary assets, launch denial of service attacks, and otherwise tamper with system and data resources. The PitBull technology allows administrators to isolate system resources, applications, and administrative functions so that security holes and programming errors can not be exploited to gain system wide access."

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