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Configuration for the Atomic Archive

Atomic Archives

  • [atomic] - Stable free access rpm channel
  • [atomic-testing] - Near production quality packages currently in QA
  • [atomic-nucleus] - Stable subscription-required rpm channel for legacy packages
  • [asl-5.0] - Stable subscription-required rpm channel for AtomicWP Workload Protection (formally known as Atomic Securd Linux)
  • [asl-5.0-testing] - Subscription required, near production quality ASL packackes currently in QA
  • [ossec] - Stable OSSEC releases
  • [source] - Source RPM packages


Configuration & Installation

Please see the Atomicorp Wiki (https://wiki.atomicorp.com) for instructions.



Atomicorp Products

Atomic Enterprise OSSEC (https://www.atomicorp.com/atomic-enterprise-ossec) provides a commercially enhanced and supported version of the OSSEC intrustion detection system.

AtomicWP (https://www.atomicorp.com/atomic-wp) provides comprehensive security and compliance for servers and cloud workloads.



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