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[4]: Comments frustration
by dzx6w3 on Sat 2nd Jul 2011 10:51 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Comments frustration"
dzx6w3
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2011-06-30

I will have translated the white paper at 10th. of July.

Cheerio
Alex

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Bill Shooter of Bul Member since:
2006-07-14

In addition to the white paper, you should also provide the source code to the modified linux kernel. Code matters more than white papers. In your zeal to sell your products you overreach with your claims ( just looking at the claims for RHiPP: Hint, its not the only file transfer protocol to ensure that the file is copied correctly). You might have a great product, but there is nothing any one can really look at to verify those high claims.

It would also be a sign of good faith to divulge your plans for the linux kernel. Are you going to try and intigrate it into the official kernel? Are you going to try and keep your patches up to date? The whitepaper refers to kernel 6.17 which is old as dirt (2006). Even RHEL 5 used a newer kernel (2.6.18) upon release.

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