Astaro Security Linux certified by ICSA Labs
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Astaro Corp. announced this week that its flagship network security application Astaro Security Linux Version 5 has been certified by ICSA Labs. ICSA's firewall product certification asserts that Astaro offers a high level of firewall protection.
ICSA Labs is an independent division of TruSecure Corp, and offers independent testing and certification of security products like antivirus, firewall, IPSec VPN, cryptography, intrusion detection, PC firewall, content security, SSL-VPN and wireless LAN.
Astaro Security Linux combines a firewall, VPN gateway, intrusion protection, virus protection, spam protection and URL filtering. It also includes a hardened Linux operating system for any x86 hardware. It is also available on an appliance.
Veritas management, clustering software available for RHEL on Itanium
Veritas Software Corp. announced that its Veritas Foundation Suite 2.2 storage management and Veritas Cluster Server 2.2 clustering products are available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 on the Itanium 2 platform.
Veritas said enterprises can leverage Linux on Itanium to reduce costs, simplify management and ensure availability.
Veritas Foundation Suite 2.2 for Linux is available starting at $1,500, while Veritas Cluster Server 2.2 starts at $1,995.
Trigence upgrade manages Linux applications
Application management vendor Trigence Corp., announced this week the availability of the next version of its Trigence AE 2.1 application environment to manage Linux apps across the data center.
Trigence AE allows data center managers to store applications secure software containers. Once stored, the apps can be managed separately from the OS and hardware allowing for easy discovery, provisioning, duplication, monitoring and movement of multiple applications across servers and data centers.
Immunix releases host IPS for Linux
Immunix Inc. of Portland, Ore., announced Tuesday the availability of its new Application Firewalling Suite, host intrusion prevention software that protects Linux applications from attack.
The suite is based on Immunix's SubDomain access control technology that offers proactive protection of the operating system, services, modules and applications.
New features include a wizard-based GUI that automates profile development, and use of the Linux Security Modules interface for enforcing security policy.
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