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Below are some additional resources which should help you during your evaluation of EnGarde Secure Linux.
EnGarde Secure Linux Community Edition is currently available for download under the GNU General Public License from the EnGarde Secure Linux homepage and a worldwide network of mirrors.
This is the first place you should go if you have a problem. If you're having trouble with EnGarde Secure Linux you can check out the Quick Setup Guide or the Quick Start Guide. Want to write a WebTool module? Check the WebTool API Guide.
The wiki is a great place to contribute or look for answers to your questions before you ask them on the EnGarde Secure Linux Community forum.
Have a question? Ask the EnGarde Secure Linux community. Our forums are constantly monitored by Guardian Digital staff and community volunteers so you should get an answer to your question quickly.
Linux and open source systems have long been renowned for their stability, versatility and scalability. EnGarde Secure Linux adds the feature crucial to providing services on the modern Internet -- security. This document outlines in great detail how Guardian Digital builds security into every element of EnGarde by selecting the best available open source tools and services available and configuring them with security as the top priority.
LinuxSecurity.com was first launched in 1996 by a handful of Open Source enthusiasts and security experts who recognized a void in the availability of accurate and insightful news relating to open source security issues. Headquartered in Guardian Digital's offices, LinuxSecurity.com's editorial 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.