You can deploy some modern firewalls in Layer 2 mode such that they are transpart
Once upon a time, ZoneAlarm was the best personal firewall available. It was free, stable and excellent. I seem to remember using it from 2002-2003 or so – then Zonealarm was acquired by CheckPoint and the product was lost to the retail market. CheckPoint moved the product to corporate desktops and was lost to the […]
Apple is disabling Java by default in the last update which is a perfect solution to the risk that Java presents to the desktop. At the same time, it’s drives a stake into the heart of Java.
Couple of days back, Juniper announced acquisition of Mykonos Software. After reviewing the web site I find that I’m interested in this acquisition as signal of change.
There is a significant numbers of ASA5110 chassis that have been reworked to look and act like ASA5520 or ASA5540 firewalls. Refer this bug toolkit for more details.
There is a significant camp of software developers who are developing software switching solutions for hypervisors. Which is nice, I guess. The use of software switching in the hypervisor has some good points but, in my view they are heavily outweighed by the bad. I present the use case, and show that software
I’ve been reviewing a network that has some CheckPoint firewalls that have been unstable, and while this isn’t surprising (in my experience, it’s common enough for Checkpoint firewalls to be unstable for some reason or the other), this time I’ve been faced with Checkpoint Clustering. A few years back I tried to make this work, but gave up when CheckPoint couldn’t make it work either.
A few years later, I find someone brave enough to attempt it. This time it’s different, I’m the one who has to justify why it’s a bad idea. Now that the manuals are not secret anymore I think I’ve found out why.
I’ve got a Cloud Security Blanket. Got to know that all my data is safes now.