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Red Hat's RHCSS Will Make Linux Installations More Secure On Oct 17, 2005, Red Hat announced the Red Hat Certified Security Specialist (RHCSS), the first security certification from a major Linux certification program. RHCSS candidates have to be RHCEs and pass three endorsement exams, Security: Network Services, Directory Services and Authentication, and SELinux Policy Administration. If the relative weight of the RHCE is any indication of how Red Hat's new Red Hat Certified Security Specialist cert will affect Linux security, then one can be sure that the RHCSS will put more qualified eyes on security and that makes for more secure installations. There may be some arguing that security is different for each machine and that secure in Red Hat might not be secure in other Linuces. Still the same security principles apply most distributions, and the RHCSS will increase t... (more)

Nucleus Software Certifies FinnOne Suite Applications On Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Red Hat announced that Nucleus Software has joined Red Hat's Independent Software Vendor (ISV) partner ecosystem. Nucleus Software is a leading provider of software solutions for the banking and financial services industry. The applications from Nucleus now certified on Red Hat Enterprise Linux are FinnOne Customer Acquisition System (CAS), FinnOne Loans Management Systems and FinnOne Collections. Nucleus and its flagship product FinnOne  have had over 200 successful implementations across the globe and the company's client base includes leading names in the banking and financial... (more)

Red Hat Solidifies its Position in the Datacenter with Enterprise Linux 3

Red Hat, Inc., today announced a major milestone in the company's long-term strategy of delivering an Open Source Architecture to the enterprise. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 is now available, supporting a greatly increased range of IT deployments and spanning seven hardware architectures. Emphasizing scalability, performance and extended system coverage, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 provides a stable operating system platform that enables customers to realize the benefits of open source solutions across their complete computing infrastructure - from the desktop to the largest server... (more)

Red Hat Drops Consumer Linux, Sponsors Community Led Fedora Project

Red Hat Network has shocked many users of its Linux distro by informing them 1) that it will discontinue maintenance on Red Hat Linux 7.x and 8.0 by the end of 2003; 2) that it will discontinue maintenance on Red Hat 9.0 by the end of April, 2004; and 3) that it does not plan to release another product in the Red Hat Linux line. Here is the full text of an e-mail sent out this morning, courtesy of NewsForge: Thank you for being a Red Hat Network customer. This e-mail provides you with important information about the upcoming discontinuation of Red Hat Linux, and resources to assi... (more)

Red Hat's Hogan Comments on UserLinux

The following three replies are taken from a longer Q & A just published at www.LinuxQuestions.org. Hogan, Manager of Community Relations at Red Hat, does not seem unduly concerned about UserLinux.   Q. What are your thoughts on UserLinux? Hogan: It's a great boost for Debian efforts (meaning the part of the announcement regarding funding). I'm not sure what some of the statements about "proprietary open source" were about, but you say what makes the trades, I guess. I'm still not sure if it's an effort to get funding being Debian-based distros, or a reaction to things Red Hat i... (more)