A Legacy of Security
Secure64 was built on security. The company first built a micro operating system, SourceT, to team with the Intel Itanium chip to create an operating system which was immune to all malware and rootkits, and was self-protecting against DNS DDoS attacks. Secure64 then built secure DNS applications on top, to create the only Genuinely Secure DNS system on Earth.
Secure64 then applied its expertise to the industry-standard x86 environment, to create a secure Linux-based operating system, Secure64 SecureOS.
Secure kernel: Completely eliminates entire classes of vulnerabilities including buffer overflow attacks and remote code execution – which neutralizes 93% of critical and 90% of high impact Linux vulnerabilities.
Hardened OS: No unnecessary services or utilities – which minimizes risk through a reduced attack surface and eliminates the need for the firewall to block services
Role-based Access: Users are assigned to one or more roles and those roles control access to commands and files. This minimizes risk of insider attacks or leakage of confidential information.
Built-in DDoS Protection: Kernel-based protection uses five levels of protection against brute force packet flood, reflected or amplified attacks, as well as malformed DNS requests and protocol exploits. A sixth level protects against DNS application attacks, such as PRSD.
To get more details about SecureOS, you can download the datasheet here.