Secure64

Bringing trust to the internet

A Passion for Security

Secure64 was built on security. Not the traditional “bandaid and bodyguard” that has led to massive investments in emergency vulnerability patching and protective security applications. A completely different approach to security – one that begins with asking some fundamental questions:

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What if….

… computer systems could not be compromised by malware?

…..computer systems could defend themselves from massive network attacks?

Secure64 was founded to build such a computer system…..

…..starting with a secure microprocessor chip and an operating system that was designed to use every feature of the chip.  This secure chip, first developed by Secure64 co-founder Bill Worley, while he worked at Hewlett-Packard, came to the market as the Intel Itanium chip.

Upon this chip,

Secure64 built a micro operating system called SourceT, which was designed to eliminate all paths for malware injection and execution, and incorporated built-in protections against high volume denial of service attacks. The resulting platform has been evaluated by third parties and found to be “immune to all currently known malware  and rootkits,” and to withstand attacks that cause conventional architectures to fail.

SourceT is a secure micro OS
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This Secure Platform…

….forms the basis of the Secure64 line of genuinely secure DNS servers – DNS Authority, DNS Cache and DNS Signer. More recently, Secure64 has brought many of these same security protections into versions of its products that run on industry standard x86 servers.

Many of the world’s largest service providers and enterprises trust Secure64 to …

…keep their networks running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, year after year after year…

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