WideOpenNews: Cybernet Announces Linux-based VPN SoftwareMay 01, 2000, 23:09 (2 Talkback[s])
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"The new software uses triple DES 128-bit encryption and provides an economical alternative to WANs."
"Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Cybernet Systems today announced its Linux-based NetMAX VPN Server Suite, a software package designed to set up a virtual private network. The VPN Server Suite, scheduled for a June release, includes a graphical user interface for simpler, browser-based installation and costs just under $500 -- a relatively good deal considering its closest-priced competitor SonicWALL requires that users buy its hardware. Cybernet's VPN software package only requires a Pentium-based machine."
"The VPN Server Suite is a mix of open source and proprietary technologies. The package includes a version of Linux based on Red Hat's distribution and value-add products such as NetMax FireWall software and a GUI the company says allows users to install the system in as few as 15 minutes."