Trustix upbeat about positive reaction since the launch of TSL 3.0

Posted by dave on Jul 20, 2005 9:45 AM EDT
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A huge growth in downloads in the six weeks following the introduction of the new build confirms recent reports from independent site monitoring organizations of increased interest in the OS.

New York; 20th July, 2005, Comodo owned Trustix today highlighted a surge in interest in Trustix Secure Linux since making the distribution freely available. A huge growth in downloads in the six weeks following the introduction of the new build confirms recent reports from independent site monitoring organizations of increased interest in the OS.

The results make encouraging reading for the international team of developers who recently took the decision to make TSL freely available to the Linux community. In recent years, the distribution had been available commercially under the name of Trustix Operating System Enterprise Server. The move, alongside a revamped community website, appears to have been met positively amongst the Linux community.

Since its inception in 1999, Trustix has established a reputation for developing secure and stable mechanisms in enterprise operating systems. Targeted specifically at the server market, patch response speeds have been amongst the quickest in the Linux world.

Melih Abdulhayoglu, President and CEO Comodo was pleased that ‘security out of the box’ is now freely available to the Linux community at large. “Years of experience, development and expertise have been poured into making TSL the natural choice for enterprise server deployments. TSL has always been synonymous with security, stability and reliability throughout its lifetime. We have always offered cutting-edge technology, cost-effective support, innovation, and a dedication to creating the most user friendly and reliable operating system for our enterprise clients. Now, at last, users can benefit from a professionally engineered distribution without the cost of a license fee.”

The move to free licenses does not herald a dilution in either development or attention to quality, Abdulhayoglu continues, “As a key player in the Linux operating environment, we continue to take a proactive stance in both product development and patch management to ensure Trustix continues to meet the mission critical server deployments demanded by our users. As Comodo we will bring free or easily accessible Security Oriented technology to the masses”

Trustix Secure Linux 3.0 can be downloaded from []

About Comodo

Comodo is a leading global provider of trust and assurance services for the Internet – Creating Trust Online™. Executed through a range of Business Infrastructure Solutions differentiated by security and total cost of ownership. Comodo’s web hosting automation and infrastructure solutions offer enterprise class digital e-commerce products and services. Leveraging from a broad range of security-centric solutions allows customers’ telecommunications networks to become more intelligent, reliable, and secure. Maintaining an intense focus on customers who derive strategic value from their business infrastructures has paved the way for a diverse yet perfectly synergistic portfolio of security focused solutions and services. Comodo is the main driving force behind Establishing Trust™ initiatives for e-Business, curbing Phishing attacks and creating an Identity Assurance and Brand Protection framework.

Expertise with the life cycle management of Digital Certificates and creation of issuance tools enables Comodo to provide infinitely scaleable security deployment to individuals and enterprises alike. Comodo is the world’s second largest and fastest growing High Assurance Certification Authority. Comodo can be reached on (US) +1 800 772 5185 (Europe) +44 (0) 161 874 7070

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