Secure kernel and built-in DDoS protection provide unmatched security for Linux-based platform
Greenwood Village, CO – August 4, 2016 – Secure64, provider of the world’s most secure DNS products, today announced the release of Secure64® DNS Cache™ for x86 and Secure64® DNS Authority™ for x86 featuring a secure Linux kernel and built-in DDoS protection. Secure64 is extending its DNS security expertise, originally honed in the development of its Genuinely Secure micro operating system, SourceT, to the flexible x86 platform.
“Since our founding, Secure64 has been focused on providing self-defending DNS products that require no additional protection,” says Dr. Joseph Gersch, CTO of Secure64. “The new Secure64 x86 solutions feature a secure Linux kernel that completely eliminates entire classes of vulnerabilities, including buffer overflow attacks and remote code execution. This capability completely neutralizes 93% of critical and 90% of high impact Linux vulnerabilities, greatly reducing the need for customers to drop everything and patch. Additionally, all Secure64 DNS products have powerful built-in protection against high volume DDoS attacks. These security capabilities reduce total cost of ownership because no protective security appliances need to sit in front of our DNS servers.”
Both Secure64 DNS Cache for x86 and Secure64 DNS Authority for x86 have license-controlled capacity and can scale up in software without requiring hardware upgrades.
To learn more about both products, visit: www.secure64.com/products
About Secure64 Software Corporation
Secure64 is a DNS software company that provides the most secure DNS products in the world. Secure64 patented technology has been proven to be immune to compromise from rootkits and malware and resistant to network attacks that are the source of today’s most serious security threats.
Secure64 offers a suite of trusted and secure DNS software appliances for caching, signing and authoritative use. This means companies need no longer worry about expensive and embarrassing attacks from sophisticated hackers who compromise or hijack their domain names. Secure64 products are currently used by such government organizations as the U.S. Departments of Commerce, Labor, and Interior and telecommunications firms including T-Mobile, Sprint, Century Link and Telefonica. Learn more at www.secure64.com or via phone at 303-242-5890.