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Oblix, a directory applications software maker, hit a milestone of generating $1 million in business during the fourth quarter, said Gordon Eubanks, incoming Oblix chief executive and current Symantec CEO, who spoke at a press briefing today. Meanwhile, company co-founder Sandeep Johri noted the company is set to generate a run-rate of $10 million in the near future. The company, which is backed by such firms as Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, produces Web-based enterprise software to automatically handle changes within an organization and corporate services.