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Wednesday, August 23, 2006 Launches New Web Site, the definitive source for Linux and open source security news, launched its new website.
Founded by Guardian Digital CEO Dave Wreski in 1996, has become the pre-eminent information resource for IT professionals and open source community members alike. The site, which is supported and maintained by Guardian Digital staff members, employs a global network of expert and volunteer contributors to develop feature articles, commentaries and reviews as well as compile extensive collections of the latest security updates to help readers keep up with the latest advancements in Linux and open source security.

The new site includes:

Comprehensive resource archives of whitepapers, HOWTOs, open source documentation and more
Latest industry news stories and in-depth feature articles, organized by topic
Interactive comments to all resources and news posts
Extensive databases of local user groups and Linux-related event listings
Regularly updated polls and surveys
Live chat using "Shoutbox" technology now offers all users the ability to browse and comment on news posts, polls and HOWTOS. The has been extensively redesigned to enhance the experience of our registered users, an elite group of security-minded engineers, programmers, Web designers, system administrators and open source enthusiasts.

The redesign has greatly improved the look and feel of the site, focusing on its navigation and menu structures. New areas of interest have been added, including an SELinux news section and a Tips section. Under the hood, the site's code has been optimized and URLs have been shortened and made user-readable.


Headquartered in Guardian Digital's offices in Allendale, New Jersey,'s global network of editors and web development staff creates feature articles, commentaries and surveys designed to keep readers informed of the latest Linux advancements and to promote the general growth of Linux around the world.

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