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LinuxPR: Linux Firewall & VPN Software previewed at Toronto Comdex

Jun 28, 2000, 19:06 (0 Talkback[s])

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"The revolution has begun! It is being led by NetMaster Networking Solutions, Inc. from Chilliwack, B.C., who is introducing low cost, easy to use software technology that will protect networked computers against intruders and hackers."

"NetMaster says companies will see two of its newest Gateway Guardian firewall products for the first time at COMDEX/Canada 2000, July 12-14 in Toronto. Debuting will be the new Gateway Guardian Personal edition, which safely connects as few as two networked computers and as many as 500; and the new Gateway Guardian VPN (Virtual Private Network) edition, which safely connects many computers at remote offices. Each is designed to protect computer networks with just a quick software install on a PC."

"Gateway Guardian is a unique solution that allows users to guard their networks against intruders, and also securely connects them to the Internet, or to another network. Gateway Guardian brings Linux stability and cost-effectiveness to the average end user," said Dana Epp, President of NetMaster Networking Solutions, Inc. "It is usable by virtually any PC and capable of operating a large network of 500 computers or more, or as few as just two networked computers. It replaces the expensive, cumbersome, firewalls currently available. Perhaps its greatest appeal will be its extreme ease of installation and use. Thanks to a unique Java-based configuration interface, there is no need to know Linux."

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