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Review: Intel's Sandy Bridge CPUs

Review: Intel's Sandy Bridge CPUs

There's a price to be paid for performance.
Aug 8 2011 2:40PM
SSL flaw fixing shows industry can work together

SSL flaw fixing shows industry can work together

Hackers and corporates co-operate.
Aug 6 2009 7:02AM
Browser SSL warnings shown to be ineffective

Browser SSL warnings shown to be ineffective

New research shows that Secure Socket Layer (SSL) warnings, used in web browsers to indicate a problem with a web page's certificate or the potential for a man-in-the-middle attack (MITM), are ineffective.
Jul 29 2009 11:33AM
Feature: How to cut energy costs at the node

Feature: How to cut energy costs at the node

Socket-level monitoring is this year’s hot button topic in power management. iTNews takes an in-depth look at how much power your servers are really drawing and the costs involved.
Oct 30 2008 12:37PM
Review: Multi Network Firewall 2

Review: Multi Network Firewall 2

Mandriva's Multi Network Firewall 2 uses the open source OpenVPN and takes some of the difficulty out of using this approach. We found that the web interface helps make simple steps of creating users and user certificates, which streamlines the process immensely. We liked the organized web interface and found it easy to use.
Dec 18 2006 12:00AM
Review: Nortel VPN Gateway 3050

Review: Nortel VPN Gateway 3050

Setting up this product is not a simple task. Most of the setup is done via the command line, but the documentation does not help guide through this process very well. We found ourselves looking through different guides trying to locate configuration information. The absence of a quickstart card or a getting started guide makes this task even more difficult.
Dec 1 2006 12:00AM
Review: SonicWall SSL VPN 2000

Review: SonicWall SSL VPN 2000

Once the interfaces are configured for the network in a quick and easy setup process, the SonicWall appliance is administrated via the web interface. This interface starts with the system dashboard, which shows all system information in a user-friendly layout. The web interface organises all tasks on the left side of the screen in several tabs.
Oct 1 2006 12:00AM
Review: webNetwork

Review: webNetwork

Although this product is easy to use, it requires a lot of configuration. The main program is set up on a server via a simple-to-use wizard. Once installed, its interface is organized with a clumsy tree menu to the left and a configuration menu on the right. The menus can be confusing and awkward to work with.
Oct 1 2006 12:00AM
Review: AEP Netilla Security Platform

Review: AEP Netilla Security Platform

We found this product to be simple to set up and use. The initial configuration is done via a serial connection, using the command line. This includes choosing the device's network and name settings. Once the device has an internet provider, it can then be administrated via the web interface. The web GUI is simple and stripped down, consisting of a main tree menu on the left and a display window on the right. The menu is easy to navigate and quite intuitive.
Oct 1 2006 12:00AM
Review: Caymas 318

Review: Caymas 318

Designed for use on the Java platform, Caymas Systems' offering in this category has a web interface called the Launchpad. This is intuitive, easy to navigate and well organised. We had no trouble at all setting up users and creating user access policies. Generally, this appliance boasts the types of features that administrators like. It is easy to set up and maintain and requires little ongoing maintenance once it is in operation.
Oct 1 2006 12:00AM
Review: Aventail ST2

Review: Aventail ST2

Setup for the Aventail ST2 is simple. You just have to configure the interface through a console connection and you can access the web-based setup wizard. This is easy to follow and guides you through the creation of the administrator account.
Oct 1 2006 12:00AM
Review: Connectra

Review: Connectra

Check Point's appliance allows for both web- and network-based SSL connections via a web browser. It allows users to access information through its own, customisable web portal. The range of applications users can access include web-based applications and resources, shared files and email. The Connectra also incorporates its own intrusion prevention system, which provides extra security.
Oct 1 2006 12:00AM

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