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Security Group Warns of Linux Flaw

Guardian Digital Chief Executive Officer, Dave Wreski, sits down with Paul Roberts of IDG News to discuss the recent Linux kernel vulnerability warning.

Guardian Digital Upgrades Open Source Secure Mail Server

[Guardian Digital Platform] is designed as a platform for secure Internet applications. It includes integrated intrusion detection, cryptography, improved authentication and access control, and protection from buffer overruns, denial of service attacks and other intrusion techniques.

Guarding Your Systems With Guardian Digital

The security improvements [over standard distribution packages] in Guardian Digital's products not only reduce the risk of cracker attacks, but also the financial risk and business downtime.

Start-up banks on hack-proof Linux

Start-up Guardian Digital has launched an effort to sell a version of Linux that's less vulnerable to attack, a niche the company hopes will gain it a foothold in the market for the Unix-like operating system.

Flaw leaves Linux computers vulnerable

The software bug--known as a double-free vulnerability--causes key memory-management functions in the zlib compression library to fail, a condition that could allow a smart attacker to compromise computers over the Internet, said Dave Wreski, director for open-source security company Guardian Digital.

Updated program opens Unix security hole

A hurdle for would-be attackers is that administrative utilities such as the one that controls printers typically can't open a shell for issuing commands to the computer, said Dave Wreski, chief technology officer of Guardian Digital.

Flaws raise red flag on Linux security

The rise in such incidents can be attributed to Linux's growing popularity, which makes it a more attractive target for malicious attackers, said David Wreski, CEO of Linux security vendor Guardian Digital Inc. in Allendale, N.J.

EnGarde Linux gets a secure mail server

The Guardian Digital Secure Mail Suite is being billed as a secure, spam-fighting mail platform for enterprises, ISPs and small businesses.

Linux kernel vulnerability is behind Debian attack

Linux distributors had been working to coordinate a release of a fix for the problem, said Dave Wreski, chief executive officer with Guardian Digital Inc., the vendor of a secure Linux distribution.

Security group warns of hole in Linux kernel

Critical Linux kernel vulnerabilities are rare and the disclosure of two such holes within weeks of each other is unprecedented, Wreski said.

The 9th Annual Well-Connected Awards

And the winner is... Guardian Digital takes first place in the Hardened Linux Solution category. “We're pleased to bring you the winners of the 9th Annual Well-Connected Awards, live from Networld+Interop in Las Vegas Nevada.”

IDC: Security the #1 Reason Companies Use Open Source

The analysis made a specific point that companies had "deployed open-source technology primarily to ensure protection from security threats." Guardian Digital has known the value Open Source has for security and has been using the Open Source model for almost a decade to provide comprehensive protection.