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Sun Microsystems said Solaris 10 has a sharper set of security teeth and will be ready for general release by year's end.
Attackers could exploit a zero-day flaw in Solaris 10's Telnet daemon to bypass authentication and gain unauthorized system access, security experts warn.
Sun Microsystems has updated its Solaris 10 operating system to include optimizations for virtualization, Intel Xeon processors and enhancements to the ZFS file system. But the enhancements aren't exactly groundbreaking.