Red Hat last week continued its appliance assault via a partnership with Symantec. The companies have crafted a pair of software bundles meant to give Linux customers easier access to high-end security features. Customers can pick from pre-tested packages that included Red Hat Enterprise Linux or the Red Hat Application Stack …
False Prophets ......Real Profits.
"including protection against zero day exploits and buffer overflow and memory-based attacks."
I wouldn't like to be defending that claim in a Court of Law although I suppose I am protected against the Sun if I don't venture out into IT unclothed.
The same Symantec that can't tell system files from viruses?
Considering Symantec's recent history of bloopers...
I wouldn't trust that appliance with guarding my coffee pot.
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