ITShield Firewall V1.0 is released

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  1. Ida Young

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    ITShield Networks Inc. has released ITShield Firewall V1.0

    ITShield Firewall, a transparent firewall, contains the advantages of all
    three critical firewall architectures - packet-filtering, Stateful
    Inspection, and application gateway firewall. Because application proxy
    provides the highest level of security and flexibility, ITShield Firewall
    handles all the sessions in application-level by default. Firewall can
    handle more than 5000 TCP sessions, unlimited UDP sessions, and unlimited IP
    sessions at application-level in parallel. Furthermore, ITShield Firewall
    can drop the unwanted requests at packet level. If the high-speed network
    traffic keeps the firewall very busy, the administrator can enable Stateful
    Inspection.

    ITShield Firewall supports User Authentication, Remote Admin, PPTP VPN and
    IPSEC VPN. It is very easy for you to configure them.
    Ida Young, Jul 16, 2003
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