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6/16/2009
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HP To Resell Secure64 DNSSEC Software

Secure64 products, which run on entry-class HP Integrity rx2660 and rx3600 servers, address DNS vulnerabilities

DENVER, CO " June 16, 2009 " Secure64 Software Corporation announced today that it has signed an agreement with HP wherein HP will resell Secure64's DNS products, including its 2009 FOSE Award-winning DNSSEC software appliance, Secure64 DNS Signer.

"HP Integrity has been our server of choice due to their unique understanding of the power of the Itanium platform," said Tom Chalk, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Secure64. "HP's worldwide sales and support organization will help Secure64 penetrate a larger client base that will positively benefit both companies' bottom line."

All Secure64 products run on the entry-class HP Integrity rx2660 and rx3600 servers. These cost-effective and versatile HP platforms provide customers with the performance and capacity to easily handle business-critical applications and heavy-transaction workloads.

"Customers, including government organizations and telecommunication businesses, can significantly improve the security of their online transactions by reducing risks associated with DNS threats," said Jennifer Millier, vice president of Mission Critical Business Solutions, Business Critical Systems, HP. "The combination of highly-scalable HP Integrity servers and Secure64 DNS Signer provides an easy-to-deploy platform to mitigate vulnerabilities across the data center infrastructure."

Secure64 DNS Products Secure64's suite of DNS products includes Secure64 DNS Signer, a software product that fully automates Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) key generation, key rollover, zone signing and re-signing processes. It reduces deployment and administration costs while eliminating errors that can cause domains to become unavailable. The software also scales to extremely large, dynamic environments by safely keeping DNSSEC signing keys online while providing incremental zone signing and extremely high signing performance.

The company's other DNS product, Secure64 DNS Authority, is an authoritative name server software product that's available at all times " even during network attacks or restarts. It delivers the availability and security required in today's networks, without the cost and complexity of conventional solutions.

About Secure64 Software Corporation Headquartered in Greenwood Village, Colorado, Secure64' is a software company offering high-performance DNS server software that makes the DNS trustworthy and secure. Secure64 currently offers two DNS server applications based on SourceT' " the company's patented Genuinely Secure micro OS. Secure64 DNS Signer is the first DNSSEC signing software to make DNSSEC deployment simple and secure. Secure64 DNS Authority is secure DNS server software that is available at all times -" even during network attacks or restarts. By using Secure64 software, organizations can break the costly and reactive patch management and OS hardening cycle because only Secure64 software is immune to compromise from rootkits and malware and resistant to network attacks that are the source of today's most serious security threats. For more information, visit www.secure64.com.

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