CUPP Supports Yoggie Security System’s GateKeeper
CUPP has acquired Yoggie Security Systems, the original developer of GateKeeper. Starting with an ARM-based module, Yoggie Security Systems created the GateKeeper, a system that would scan a PC for viruses and malware and serve as a firewall and secure software update manager for any PC equipped with USB and wireless connection capabilities.
CUPP’s integration of Yoggie™ security solutions involves updating and supporting previous iterations and updating the interface. Building on Yoggie’s starting point, CUPP security technology combines Yoggie™ technology with CUPP’s high-power/low-power processor coupling approach.
CUPP is committed to providing support for Yoggie™ GateKeeper products. Click here to learn about CUPP support for Yoggie™ solutions.
CUPP Computing’s GateKeeper (v2.0: Current Version)
GateKeeper features 13 different security software solutions with functions including Firewall, VPN, IDS/IPS, Anti-Virus, and Anti-Spam defenses. GateKeeper is available in several formats, including as an mPCIe 1/2 wireless card providing secure wifi connections for mobile devices and as a USB-equipped microcomputer.
GateKeeper is based on Debian Linux 2.6 SE. CUPP’s modifications to Linux Kernel 2.6 include further hardening of the kernel, hardware integration, infrastructure housekeeping, and management of security applications to ensure correct handling of information traded between applications, including independent software security applications.
GateKeeper presents the advantages of the robust enterprise security gateway as a miniaturized, portable security mini-computer that connects to the laptop via a USB port or mPCIe card slot.
GateKeeper Memory Management
GateKeeper manages its memory in a restricted and controlled manner, prohibiting access to it, providing increased protection against attacks on the security mechanism.
GateKeeper Software Platform
The GateKeeper Platform is based in part on open source software allowing community-based support and expansion of functionality. Critical points in the technology stack are regulated by preparatory drivers and applications to ensure software integrity.