The Adamantix project (formerly known as Trusted Debian) aims to create a highly secure but usable Linux platform. It brings together security solutions including kernel patches, compiler patches, security related programs, and techniques.
|Tags||Networking Firewalls Operating Systems Linux Distributions Security|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release has improved RSBAC support, many more packages, security and bug fixes, updated packages and updated kernel patches, XFS support, and more.
Release Notes: Many new packages, security fixes (OpenSSL, OpenSSH, etc.), new kernel 2.4.21 packages (with newer versions of PaX, RSBAC v1.2.2, transparent proxy patch, etc.), MD5 checksums added to packages that lacked this so far, and fixes for compilation/linking problems.
Release Notes: In this version all packages are GPG signed, there are random PIDs, the kernel is compiled with SSP, several packages have been fixed, there are several security updates, the PaX functionality test suite was added, PaX, RSBAC, and SSP were updated, and several kernel fixes (mostly security related) were added.
Release Notes: This release focused on solving many buffer overflow problems using PaX and the GCC stack smashing protector. It also features FreeS/WAN and RSBAC.
Release Notes: Hopefully the last beta before the first official release. Several packages added, some minor bugs solved. New installation instructions have been written.