[News] [Linux] Red Hat CEO Calls to Focus on Networks, Linux Security Defended

[News] [Linux] Red Hat CEO Calls to Focus on Networks, Linux Security Defended

Post by Roy Schest » Fri, 11 May 2007 20:43:47


Red Hat Summit (inspirational) keynote: You are here

,----[ Quote ]
| Szulik told the audience that the discussion in the
| Linux and open source communities needed to undergo a
| shift in this age of social unrest from kernel-exclusive
| fare into the migration of data. "Start thinking about
| creating access to public networks," he said.
`----

http://www.yqcomputer.com/
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Talking security with Red Hat's Mark Cox

,----[ Quote ]
| "Aside from Web browser flaws there are not actually that many
| remote vulnerabilities these days for attackers to write exploits
| for. A default installation of Enterprise Linux 4 AS, for example,
| was vulnerable to only three critical security issues in its first
| two years."
`----

http://www.yqcomputer.com/


Yesterday:

How secure are Linux, Window and Mac OS?

,----[ Quote ]
| Overall it looks like the Linux kernel turns out to be the most
| secure system. Not only does it have virtually no security holes
| that lead to system access, it's also very resilient to remote
| attacks, two areas where both Windows and Mac OS X aren't doing
| very well.
`----

http://www.yqcomputer.com/
 
 
 

1. A newbie - What are differences between Red Hat Linux 9 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux?

2. [News] [Linux] More Support for Red Hat Linux; Oracle Dependent on Linux

LinuxIT adds Red Hat Enterprise Linux to support roster

,----[ Quote ]
| European open source services firm LinuxIT has added Red Hat
| Enterprise Linux to the list of distributions for which it
| provides tailored support offerings, including systems
| monitoring and on-site assistance.
`----

http://www.yqcomputer.com/

More proof that Oracle uses Linux almost exclusively:

Oracle Announces Oracle Information Appliance Foundation on Dell and EMC
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Sentrigo Builds Advisory Board with Privacy, Healthcare, Telecom and Database
Industry Luminaries
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

3. [News] GNU/Linux Produces Profitable Businesses, Red Hat's CEO Talks About Profit From Software Freedom

4. [News] Red Hat CEO in the Press, GNU/Linux Dominance Explained

5. [News] Gallium3D Progress in Linux, Words of Praise from Red Hat CEO

6. [News] Red Hat Wants Capitalisation (Heaps of Linux Announcements from Red Hat Released)

7. [News] Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Released Today; Red Hat Expands Channels

8. [News] Red Hat Brings KVM to Maturity, First Details About Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6

9. [News] Stratus Chooses Red Hat Linux; Red Hat and IP FUD Not Even Close

10. [News] Red Hat Results Imminent, Red Hat Serves as Route to Fedora GNU/Linux on Desktop

11. [News] [Linux] Red Hat Sees Business Growing, No Impact from Red Hat

12. [News] Red Hat Selects Jobs2web; Next Red Hat GNU/Linux Reviewed by The Register

13. [News] Fujitsu Enters Linux Alliance with Red Hat, Red Hat Named Company of the Year

14. [News] [Linux] Latest Red Hat Linux Gets Support from INetU