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CapROS ("Capability-based Reliable Operating System") is an open source operating system. It is a pure capability-based system that features automatic persistence of data and processes, even across system reboots. Capability systems naturally support the principle of least authority, which improves security and fault tolerance.
|Developer||Strawberry Development Group|
|Working state||In production / development|
CapROS is an evolution of the EROS system. While EROS was purely a research system, CapROS is intended to be a stable system of commercial quality. CapROS currently runs on Intel IA-32 and ARM microprocessors.
- CapROS web page
- EROS web page at the Wayback Machine (archived 2003-10-29)
- KeyKOS web page at the Library of Congress Web Archives (archived 2001-11-16)
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