China’s ‘secure’ OS Kylin – a threat to U.S offensive cyber capabilities? | ZDNet

China’s ‘secure’ OS Kylin – a threat to U.S offensive cyber capabilities? | ZDNet.

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I am a veteran served on the USS Saratoga. After the military I worked on computers for the last 30 or so years. I worked as a hardware, software, network, email, groupware developer and security dude. I am now an abuelo. I belive in guarding the guards. We are all citizen warriors for our country the 5th battlefield is Cyber Space so here I am. Later, quis custodiet ipsos custodes? View all posts by gatoMalo

2 responses to “China’s ‘secure’ OS Kylin – a threat to U.S offensive cyber capabilities? | ZDNet

  • Kevin McAleavey

    The primary problem these days is the end user, falling victim to exploits and malware which in turn acts as a staging point to attack the network. A small company in upstate New York has solved the problem in a unique and highly secure manner. KNOS is a complete desktop environment based on BSD and is similar to China’s “Kylin” and “Neokylin” secure operating system, but ours is already available and superior. Kylin 3.0 and Neokylin have not emerged publicly as yet.

    I’d like to invite examination of what we bring to the table here:

    http://www.knosproject.com/infocge.html

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