|Company / developer||Immunix, Inc.|
|Kernel type||Monolithic kernel (Linux)|
|Latest release||7.3 / November 27, 2003|
Immunix was a commercial operating system that provided host-based application security solutions. The last release of Immunix's GNU/Linux distribution was version 7.3 on November 27, 2003. Immunix, Inc. was the creator of AppArmor, an application security system.
On May 10, 2005, Novell acquired Immunix, Inc., a long-time partner with Novell. AppArmor was one of Novell's primary interests, and as a result, it was adopted by the company and renamed Novell AppArmor powered by Immunix. In September 2007, Novell laid off the AppArmor team.
- "Novell Acquires Immunix, Delivers Industry's Best Application Security for Linux". Novell. 2005-05-10.
- "Novell lays off AppArmor programmers". CNET. 2007-10-10.