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good OSS fierwall?
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- Subject: good OSS fierwall?
- From: Derek Agar <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2007 06:35:20 -0800 (PST)
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I currently have an Edgeforce firewall from ServGate.
The company defaulted on their loan and the bank took
over. It was a great firewall appliance for the
price. I have yearly subscriptions for Macafee AV,
spam filtering and web filtering and intrusion
detection. It was a good price for the services 2
years ago when I got it.
Anyway, the VP is on me about $ this year and I don't
even want to bring this up to him. What good OSS
firewall suites do any of you recommend? I would
prefer to be able to do AV, spam and web filtering.
I am leary of going with a closed source firewall
suite or appliance from a small company and the big
name boys will be up around 10K+
Thoughts or ideas?
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