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February 27, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

The latest incarnation of Sybase System 10 is Secure SQL Server 10, a B1-class multi-level secure implementation designed for the creation of applications that can control and track access to classified information. Now generally available, the software has been in testing with integrators such as TRW Inc and Rapid Systems Solutions Inc since last May. Secure SQL Server supports conventional unclassified entries alongside trusted information – so-called trusted triggers give operators fine-grain control over an application’s ability to reclassify data or perform actions across a range of security levels. A Certified Objects mechanism prevents unauthorised modification of any application elements. The release is up on the Sun Microsystems Inc Compartmented Mode Workstation 1.1 at from $5,625 to $139,000. An HP-UX version is planned for next quarter, with Digital Equipment Corp and IBM Corp versions under evaluation.

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