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October 25, 1995

SECUREWARE’s HANNAH DESIGNED FOR INTERNET AND LOCAL NET SECURITY

By CBR Staff Writer

SecureWare Inc, the Atlanta, Georgia company the Open Software Foundation chose over Addamax Corp to provide the technical basis for its secure Unix offering way back in 1990, has a local area network and Internet security package designed to run on Hewlett-Packard Co’s HP 9000 Series workstations, and under Santa Cruz Unix and Windows, with NT and other versions to follow. The product, Hannah, is said to provide end-to-end authentication, access control, integrity protection and auditing without requiring modification to applications; no tags.

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