Linked by David Adams on Thu 30th Jun 2011 15:40 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews OSNews interviews Alexander Tsolkas, security consultant, Director Sales & Marketing at Iπsec Ltd. Germany, and creator of HSS, or High Security Server, a highly secure Linux kernel and a proprietary management Control Panel. We ask him about his product and about the state of ultra high security computing.
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RE: Marketing?
by Soulbender on Thu 30th Jun 2011 16:25 UTC in reply to "Marketing?"
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And HSS doesn't seem to have much of a following; Googling it turns up this article and little else.

Didn't you hear the man? They're keeping a low profile because everyone wants to steal the code for their open source product.

I'm a bit confused by Tsolkas' dismissal of it as providing "bad security."

It's not, as long as you use it right. It certainly has some flaws but as long as you're aware of them and use the tool as intended it can be useful. Used wrong anything can be made to be "bad security".

I'll admit I'm no security guru. But doesn't this smack a bit of scare marketing and FUD?

Scare mongering = sales.

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