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EnGarde Secure Linux

Engineered from the ground-up with specific regard to security, EnGarde Secure Linux incorporates intrusion alert capabilities, a complete suite of e- business applications using AllCommerce, improved authentication and access control, strong cryptography, and complete SSL secure Web-based administration capabilities. EnGarde protects against many forms of attack, not just a particular form of vulnerability. It is also not just a repackaged version of another distribution that claims to be secure. EnGarde is a collection of best-of-breed applications from many sources tuned to provide exactly what is necessary to maintain a secure Internet presence. Featuring the Linux Intrusion Detection System integrated into its design, as well as Web-manageable Tripwire, tools from many Open Source security projects including Openwall, snort network intrusion detection system, and extensive host security improvements, EnGarde Secure Linux strives to be the most secure, yet functional, Linux distribution to date.

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Recent releases

  •  10 Dec 2008 15:02

    Release Notes: This release includes many updated packages and bugfixes and some feature enhancements to Guardian Digital WebTool and the SELinux policy.

    •  07 Oct 2008 16:49

      Release Notes: This release includes many updated packages and bugfixes and some feature enhancements to Guardian Digital WebTool and the SELinux policy.

      •  21 Aug 2008 17:19

        Release Notes: This release includes many updated packages and bugfixes, and some feature enhancements to the EnGarde Secure Linux Installer and the SELinux policy.

        •  22 Apr 2008 13:00

          Release Notes: This release includes many updated packages and bugfixes and some feature enhancements to the EnGarde Secure Linux Installer and the SELinux policy.

          •  05 Dec 2007 10:51

            Release Notes: This release includes many updated packages and bugfixes, some feature enhancements to Guardian Digital WebTool and the SELinux policy, and a few new features.

            Recent comments

            04 Apr 2006 20:25 neoFUTUR

            no grsec ?
            if this was grsec based ( and not SELinux ) or at least offering choice, I would have been really interested

            21 Jun 2001 01:22 cinnix

            I like it, I like it.
            I just wanted to say that I am very impressed with this distribution. Although it still needs some work in areas such as the installer, it excels in areas such as the webtool. The mailing list has always been more than helpful too.

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