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Secure Linux company acquired

Trustix, a Norwegian company that sells Linux software intended to be attack-resistant, has been acquired by the Comodo Group, an Internet security company. Terms of the acquisition, announced Friday, were not disclosed.

Comodo, based in the United Kingdom, sells hardware and software to speed secure Internet transactions. Trustix sells a secure version of Linux as well as a specialized version for use in firewalls, servers or server software designed to keep unauthorized users from gaining access to a server or network.