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Items tagged with: firewall

CUJO Smart Internet Firewall - Second Look

CUJO title=We take another look at the CUJO Smart Internet Security Firewall to see how it has matured.

CUJO Smart Internet Security Firewall Reviewed

CUJO title=The CUJO Smart Internet Security Firewall tries to bring enterprise security to your home's networks.

ZyXEL Adds Entry-Level VPN Routers

Luma logoUpdated - ZyXEL's new VPN firewalls come in wired-only and wireless models.

Firewall Basics

FirewallAll firewalls are not equal. Learn about the differences.

Routers vs. Firewalls

If you're trying to decide whether a more expensive "firewall" will keep you safer than an off-the-shelf router, this article can help.

Sonicwall TZ190 Review: UTM + WWAN

Sonicwall TZ190UTM (Unified Threat Management) appliances are the current hot trend. But Sonicwall has upped the ante by throwing in WWAN access.

ClarkConnect Gateway / Server

Linux is definitely becoming more of a real option for desktop users, with many distributions available that anyone comfortable with Windows can install and use. Point Clark Networks' ClarkConnect has taken the same user-friendly approach and converts any Pentium-class box into a dedicated Linux-based Gateway / Server that can be installed and configured by mere mortals and puts many commercial products to shame. And did we mention that it's free? Jim Hubbard puts ClarkConnect through its paces.

How To: Using m0n0wall to create a Wireless Captive Portal

The freedom of wireless networking is now a reality for everybody with a suitably equipped device. At one time too expensive for everything other than corporate use on a business network, Wi-Fi is now mainstream. In many respects, this is due to Intel's extensive marketing of its Centrino brand, launched in mid-March 2003.

QuickView: AlphaShield Hardware Firewall

The product pitch for AlphaShield's Hardware Firewall makes it sound like it provides some pretty heavy-duty Internet security. But while it does perform as advertised, we found there's little to recommend it over less-expensive SOHO routers.

m0n0wall Firewall V1.0 - Part 1

You might think that installing and configuring an Open Source-based firewall / router requires skills far beyond those possessed by ordinary (wo)men... but you'd be wrong. The m0n0wall firewall may be based on FreeBSD, and have a name that's tricky to type, but our reviewer David Cook shows how getting it installed and running is well within the reach of most of us mere mortals...
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