A New Appliance Server from Etegro Technologies, Doctor Web, Ltd. And Novell

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| The new appliance server is based on Novell SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 10
| and pre-installed Dr.Web Security Suite for Unix Appliance solution from
| Doctor Web, Ltd. used to protect computer networks from viruses and unwanted
| e-mail.


Linux defends against viruses, but doesn't catch any...



Windows firewall squeezes into USB key

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| Yoggie Security Systems has squeezed a complete hardware firewall
| for Windows systems into a USB key sized form-factor. The "Yoggie
| Pico" runs Linux 2.6 along with 13 security applications on a
| 520MHz PXA270, a powerful Intel processor popular in smartphones
| and other high-end consumer devices.


Japanese MVNO offers XP users a tiny, Linux-based firewall

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| Linux security device vendor Arxceo says its tiny Linux security
| appliance was used by Japanese MVNO JCI ("mobile virtual network
| operator") as the basis for the "Personal IPS" (intrusion
| prevention system), which aims to protect Windows XP laptops
| connected via WiFi, Ethernet, or JCI's PHS network.


It's unofficial: Microsoft bets business on Linux

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| What the press statement didn't mention is that Aruba mobility
| controllers run the Linux operating system which Microsoft has
| aggressively targeted as being inferior to Windows as part of
| its "Get the Facts" marketing campaign.
| [...]
| Pandey's appraisal of Aruba's technology is in stark contrast to
| Microsoft's "Get the Facts" rhetoric which places Windows as a more secure,
| and higher-performing choice over Linux.