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May 2006

TippingPoint/3Com's TippingPoint X505 product review

TippingPoint X505 TippingPoint/3Com Price: $3,995 for unlimited users TippingPoint/3Com's TippingPoint X505 TippingPoint X505 proves a good value for SMBs by combining IPS, firewall, VPN, content filtering and traffic-shaping capabilities.   Many SMBs are looking to consolidate security systems and respond to increasing threats with smarter spending. In the past, packet-filtering firewalls may have been sufficient, but with application and client-side attacks on the rise, many organizations are turning to intrusion prevention. The TippingPoint X505 appliance hits the sweet spot for SMB value, combining IPS, firewall and VPN technologies, and supporting around 500 concurrent users. It also adds content filtering and traffic shaping. The X505 features a stateful inspection firewall and a standards-based VPN that works with Windows, Linux and Mac OSX. We set up a simple network with the external link being monitored by the X505. The attack network was connected to the WAN, and the inside protected network was connected to the LAN. ...

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Features in this issue

  • Spy Catchers

    PRODUCT REVIEW We take a close look at seven antispyware products. Can they keep your corporate desktops free of prying eyes?

  • TippingPoint/3Com's TippingPoint X505 product review

    In this product review, get info on TippingPoint/3Com's TippingPoint X505 intrusion prevention security tool. Learn about product cost, installation, setup and configuration features.

  • Is Microsoft Trustworthy Yet?

    PLATFORM SECURITY The fourth anniversary of its Trustworthy Computing Initiative is marked with mixed reviews from users.

  • Safety Net

    BITS & BOLTS Microsoft's .NET development framework can help your Web apps perform securely.

  • Sendmail Sentrion GP product review

    Product review of open source Sendmail Sentrion GP, which can build on software to enhance email security with antivirus, antispam and policy interface.

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