Intel to Release Security Code to Open Source

Intel plans to release its Version 3.0 Common Data Security Architecture (CDSA) to the open-source community next month, a company official said.

Its well-known software will be available for download May 15, Howard High, an Intel spokesman, said yesterday in an interview at the company's headquarters in the US.

Intel spent more than $US20 million developing the software, but believes it's public release will ultimately promote Intel products by making the Internet more secure, High said.

The software will be available for both Windows 2000 and Linux operating systems, High said.

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