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Aug 6 2007   4:01PM GMT

Random Password Manager now Linux-friendly



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Lieberman Software’s Random Password Manager is now Linux-friendly. The security and systems management company announced today that in addition to Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT and UNIX, Random Password Manager will run on Red Hat Linux.

The software connects to all systems on the network via secure connection, randomizes root passwords and verifies that the passwords are working.

You can get a free trial version of Random Password Manager from Lieberman Software’s website at www.liebsoft.com/index.cfm/products?id=270 .

The eval will work for 30 days on up to 10 systems.

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