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What is Polymorphing for Linux?

Polymorphing for Linux introduces diversity into software systems, so you no longer run exactly the same code as the hackers. By using Moving Target Defense, Polyverse is able to completely randomize and harden open-source Linux technologies.


What does it do?

Polymorphing for Linux addresses two-thirds of all critical common vulnerabilities and exposures.
More specifically, Polymorphing for Linux stops everything in the code-execution, overflow, and memory-corruption categories.

Where can I use it?

Anywhere Linux is used.
Currently supported distributions include: Alpine, CentOS, Fedora, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Ubuntu.

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How can I install it?

It's simple! All you need is this one command, zero overhead, that's it!

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