OpenBravo is an internet security solution that helps to protect the information that users input while on the internet. The company is led by Bruce Schneier and Jayepath Sahu. The OpenBravo project started in 1998 and was funded by the US National Science Foundation. The OpenBravo development is based on two foundation technologies: Open Source Intelligence and The Browser Message Format.
The OpenBravo Security Overview and Release Notes are also available, as with OpenBravo Design and Architecture. You can also find a very small description of how OpenBravo works at this URL: OpenBravo Installation and Working System Guide. Then you will find a list of OpenBravo components at this URL: OpenBravo Components. You will also get information on how to get the most from OpenBravo with regard to security at this URL: How to Get the Most From OpenBravo. The OpenBravo software consists of five main components: Open Source Intelligence, AnsiCP, Browser Message Format (BMF), and User Information Format (UIF) are the building blocks of OpenBravo.
A small description of each of these items is given at: OpenBravo Components - Overview of each item. When you look at the OpenBravo download and installation options, you will find that it installs the Open Source Intelligence component which is based on the PHP/Linux kernel. It is based on Open Source libraries and scripts which have been approved by the Open Source Project.