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eSafe is typically installed behind the perimeter firewall. It can be installed in router mode and in transparent bridge mode as a forwarding proxy, or it can work using Check Point Software Technologies' Content Vectoring Protocol to communicate with Check Point firewalls. In bridge and router modes, eSafe provides clustering, load-balancing and failover capabilities.

--Scott Sidel

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This was first published in August 2005

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