Contributed by Dengue on from the Buzzword-Compliant dept.
``2Cactus Development is a Phoenix-based Internet security firm operating in the open-source (i.e., Linux) arena. The company's cornerstone product, Secure BSD, is a comprehensive, kernel-based security solution currently being evaluated in pre-release form by a number of high profile companies and organizations. Secure BSD is tentatively scheduled for release in May 2000.'' http://www.2cactus.com/ "
Does anyone have any insight on what this development is about? And why does it seem like everyone addresses security by adding components to the architecture.
If the front door to your house was broken, would you address that by putting a wall in front of it? Or would you just fix the damn door?
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