Just an editorial comment, please no superflames....
Are folks aware that FireWall-1 can be installed and configured on a
machine with a single interface just as well as on a machine with
This provides all the filtering, authetication, encryption and content
monitoring features of any other FireWall-1 system, but oriented towards
traffic in and out of that server.
End of my commercial, but it provides some interesting options if you
have a client that needs something like a "ServerWall" (for lack of a
> >Today's Washington Post had a brief article regarding the ForceField product
> >from TIS which is apparently intended to address this issue. Unfortunately
> >you have to register to find out anything specific about the package, e.g.
> >which OS it replaces/augments. They do tell you the price however :-). I've
> >registered but the implication is that the more specific information will
> >be sent surface mail.
> According to the TIS Web page on Gauntlet ForceField
> ( http://www.tis.com/docs/products/gauntlet/forcefield/index.html )
> if you register they will give you a free evaluation copy of the
> software available in January.
> - Morrow
Senior Technical Consultant
CheckPoint Software Technologies