Security appliance

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A security appliance is any form of server appliance that is designed to protect computer networks from unwanted traffic.[1]

Types of security appliances[edit]

  • Passive devices detect and report on unwanted traffic, such as intrusion detection appliances.

Examples[edit]

Examples of a security appliance include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Parker, Don (Oct 06, 2005), "Standardization and the security appliance", WindowsSecurity.com 
  2. ^ "Aladdin eSafe Appliance - Product Review". July 1, 2002, PC Magazine. 
  3. ^ "Check Point Completes Acquisition of Nokia Security Appliance Business". 2009-04-13. Retrieved 2009-04-13. 
  4. ^ Finjan - Vital Security - Web Security Gateway Appliance for Web Security, retrieved 2010-04-24 
  5. ^ "SecureSphere Platforms - Web, Database, and File Security". Imperva. 
  6. ^ "Unbreakable SCADA Security". June 7, 2012, DownstreamToday.com. 
  7. ^ Radware - DefensePro - Application Security & Network Intrusion Prevention System