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Published: 22 Oct 2012

ENDPOINT SECURITY Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro REVIEWED BY PETER GIANNACOPOULOS Yoggie Price: $220 @exb @exe Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro is an interesting new take on the perennial problem of using personal firewalls to secure individual PCs. It is a Linux-based USB device that serves as a full-blown firewall, VPN gateway and integrated antivirus/Web filter gateway. All of this capability is packed into a form factor that is approximately the size of a pager. We tested the standalone version to look at the core capabilities of this unique product, but an enterprise version is available that provides centralized management, policy control and reporting. Policy Control B   The policy control is rather basic, but effective. The administrator can open any necessary firewall ports, configure IP addresses and perform other tasks. Some rather pleasant surprises included a fairly effective Web filter control that can block access to malicious Web sites or those that violate corporate policies, such as adult entertainment and gambling sites. It also offers integrated antivirus ... Access >>>

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