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Firewall Device

Hardware Firewall Devices

Firewall Devices

Firewall Devices

Hardware firewalls come in a variety of types. There are commercially available systems that can cost thousands of dollars and are used by network administrators to control any size network. The most commonly available routers for general use are the types that connect to the average Small Office/Home Office (SOHO) network. They are small, easily configurable routers which contain firmware that allow for simple user configuration. They are specifically intended for SOHO use with DSL or cable modem connections. Most have a wireless capability installed as a feature on the router which allows the use of a laptop, or other device, anywhere within the range of the wireless router. Range from which a device can connect through the wireless function depends greatly on the make and model of the firewall. Routers also allow the investigator to distribute their broadband Internet connection between multiple computers. Putting together a SOHO network allows your investigative team to back up computer’s files on networked computers or storage devices in case an infected machine needs to be restored. Additionally, routers often have features that can be of potential use to the online investigator such as logging

Firewall Device Log Messages (Traffic Monitor)

Firewall Device Log Messages (Traffic Monitor)

The logging feature can assist the investigator in the identification of attempted, or successful, intrusions into their investigative system or network. The logs can also identify when investigative systems accessed the Internet and potentially where on the Internet the systems went. Each router and its configuration are different. Be sure to read the manufacturers’ manual to identify individual device features. At a minimum, the following common steps should be considered for router security:

1. Enable encryption: Current SOHO routers generally have Wired Equivelent Privacy (WEP) (an older hackable encryption system), Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) preferable, or WPA2 encryption. Ensure you turn on the encryption and use a strong password/passkey; otherwise, anyone with a wireless card could connect to your wireless access. If available, choose WPA-PSK (pre-shared key) and use a strong password/key.

2. Change the service set identifier (SSID)/disable broadcast: If you enable the wireless function, the default SSID (or wireless name for your access point) for your router needs to be changed to something unique to your system and does not identify the organization. The default SSID name makes it easier for hackers to identify and exploit your system. Disable the SSID broadcast so it cannot be seen. This will make your system stealthier and harder to discover. Simply turning off this function can prevent attack issues from the wireless feature.

3. Remote management: Turn off remote management. Sometimes called Wide Area Network (WAN) Management. This feature lets you change the router’s settings from the Internet. It’s an excessive risk and one that does not need to be taken.

4. Change the access password to your router: The default password for your router can probably be found on the Internet. Select a strong password of at least eight characters, using a combination of letters, numbers, and symbols. The password selected should not be a word easily found in the dictionary.

5. Disable Universal Plug and Play on the router.

6. Media Access Control (MAC): A good security option is MAC addressing. This ties hardware device addresses for each computer to a specific network subnet address (as assigned by your router) associated with your machine in order to validate the devices. It prevents unauthorized access to your network by unknown hardware.

7. Ping: Uncheck any options that allow the router to respond to a ping command from the Internet. No need to let anyone know your router is online.

Default Passwords

Most hackers know the default passwords for commonly sold routers and it has become a known exploit. Those that don’t know them can find them on websites, such as Router passwords.com and just look them up. A strong password is at least 8–12 characters, including letters, numbers, and symbols. The longer the password the better! Do not use words found in the dictionary or common names. These can make a brute force attack to crack the password successful. Store the password in a safe place in case changes need to be made to the router.

The inclusion of the software mentioned here is for the reader’s use. The authors have no interest in the software referenced in this chapter. Many software packages of a similar nature exist and new products are deployed regularly. Many of the vendors provide applications that provide blended protection, such as including a firewall, anti-malware, and data backup functions in one package. The reader should use the software mentioned as a starting point and research current versions and other software for potential use on the investigative computer system. Good research sites for reviews on protective tools are CNET (http://www.cnet.com), PC World (http://www.pcworld.com), and SC Magazine (http://www.scmagazine.com). These sites routinely evaluate, compare, and publish the results on protective software and hardware firewall device. Be careful with “free” versions of anything. Most of them come with some adware or tracking software which could expose an investigator.

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Firewall India

Firewall India

Firewall India

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An essential part of your business security measures, invest in a firewall solution today

Protecting your network from intruders is as essential as locking up the front door. If the firewall architecture is poorly set up, or non-existent, it might have a significant impact on your business IT security. If an intruder penetrates your network it could lead to sensitive data being stolen, financial loss, or worse.

Servicing in Delhi NCR India, we can provide support and help your business implement the following firewalls:

  • Check Point
  • FortiGate
  • Palo Alto Networks
  • WatchGuard
  • Sophos
  • Cisco Asa Firepower
  • Cisco PIX
  • Mcafee Firewall
  • Juniper SSG
  • Juniper SRX
  • Sonicwall
  • Barracuda Firewall
  • Cyberoam
  • D-Link
  • Endian Firewall
  • Opendium Iceni
  • IPCop
  • pfSense
  • IPFire
  • Untangle
  • Zeroshell
  • SmoothWall
  • WinGate
  • Calyptix Security
  • Halon Security
  • Vantronix
  • And more!

IT Monteur’s Firewall Firm is one of India’s leading providers of firewall services in India

With almost 15 years’ experience within the IT industry, Solutions Plus is proud to be a reseller of all firewall solutions in Delhi NCR India. With our partnership, we supply and support all firewall products, as well as Wireless Access Points and Email Gateways. We truly believe that they are the best on the market.

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When any enterprise or small medium business start thinking of a network management & security, the first thing to come up in  the mind of IT Managers is a good and secure firewall. Firewalls are the first layer of defense in a network, as a system without the basic layer of security is intended to reveal the sensitive data for enterprise users.

A firewall is a combo of a firewall software and operating system that is built to run a firewall system on a dedicated hardware or virtual machine which includes :

  • Embedded firewalls: very limited-capability programs running on a low-power CPU system,
  • Software firewall appliances: a system that can be run in independent hardware or in a virtualised environment as a virtual appliance
  • Hardware firewall appliances: Hardware firewall is specifically built to install as a network device, providing enough network interfaces and CPU to serve a wide range of purposes. From protecting a small network to protecting an enterprise-level network.
Firewall India

Firewall India

Below is the list of Top Firewall Companies in India

 

Firewall License Cost OS
Check Point

Check Point

Proprietary Included on Check Point
security gateways
Proprietary operating system Check Point IPSO
and Gaia (Linux-based)
FortiGate

FortiGate

Proprietary Included on all Fortigate
devices
Proprietary, FortiOS
Palo Alto Networks

Palo Alto Networks

Proprietary Included on Palo Alto
Networks firewalls
Proprietary operating system PANOS
WatchGuard

WatchGuard

Proprietary Included on all
WatchGuard firewalls
Proprietary operating system
Sophos

Sophos

Proprietary Included on Sophos UTM Linux-based appliance
Cisco Asa Firepower

Cisco Asa Firepower

Proprietary Included on all CISCO
ASA devices
Proprietary operating system
Cisco PIX

Cisco PIX

Proprietary Included on all CISCO
PIX devices
Proprietary operating system
Forcepoint Mcafee Firewall

Forcepoint

Proprietary Included on Intel Security Appliance Linux-based appliance
Juniper SSG

Juniper SSG

Proprietary Included on Netscreen
security gateways
Proprietary operating system ScreenOS
Juniper SRX

Juniper SRX

Proprietary Included on SRX
security gateways
Proprietary operating system Junos
Sonicwall

Sonicwall

Proprietary Included on Dell appliance Proprietary operating system SonicOs
Barracuda Firewall

Barracuda Firewall

Proprietary Included Firewall Next Generation appliance Windows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
Cyberoam

Cyberoam

Proprietary Included Firewall Sophos appliance Windows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
D-Link Proprietary Included Firewall DFL Windows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
Endian Firewall Proprietary Free / Paid Linux-based appliance
Opendium Iceni Proprietary Free / Paid Linux-based, with optional web filtering / auditing.
IPCop GPL Free / Paid Linux-based appliance
firewall distribution
 

pfSense

ESF/BSD Free / Paid FreeBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
IPFire GPL Free / Paid Linux/NanoBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
Untangle GPL Free / Paid Linux/NanoBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
Zeroshell GPL Free / Paid Linux/NanoBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
SmoothWall GPL Free / Paid Linux-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
WinGate GPL Free / Paid Windows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
Calyptix Security BSD Free OpenBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
Halon Security BSD Free OpenBSD-based appliance
Vantronix BSD Free OpenBSD-based appliance
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Cyber Security Company in Pune

Cyber Security Services

IT Monteur’s Firewall Firm is a one-stop shop for cyber security services. We provide cutting edge results in the areas of Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing services for webapps, cloud apps, mobile apps and IT networks. Advisory consultancy in compliance implementations and audits of (ISO27001, HIPAA, PCIDSS)

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Cyber Security Company in Pune

Cyber Security Company in Pune

Your firewall is the first line of defense against security threats, but as you may already know, simply adding firewall devices and security modules to your network doesn’t ensure your network is more secure. You need to regularly watch and analyze your firewall’s sys logs and configurations, and optimize its performance to protect your network.

The heart of any firewall’s performance is its rules and policies. If not managed properly, these can leave your  network vulnerable to attacks.

Gartner predicts that 99 percent of exploited vulnerabilities will continue to be ones known by security and IT professionals for at least one year. Gartner concludes that the best and cheapest way to mitigate cyber attacks
caused by known vulnerabilities is by removing them altogether with regular patching.

For many security admins, maintaining optimal rule performance is a daunting task. Businesses are demanding that networks perform faster, leaving security admins balancing on the thin line separating speed and security. With these challenges in mind, here are some firewall best practices that can help security admins handle the conundrum of speed vs. security.

Firewall best practices

1. Document firewall rules and add comments to explain special rules.

It’s critical for everyone in an IT team to have visibility over all the rules that have been written. Along with the list of rules, it’s important to record: It’s better to be safe than sorry; it’s good practice to start off writing firewall rules with a “deny all” rule. This helps protect your network from manual errors. After testing and deploying the rules, it’s a good idea to special rules.

  • The purpose of a rule.
  • The name of the security admin who wrote the rule, along with date of creation.
  • The users and services affected by the rule.
  • The devices and interfaces affected by the rule.
  • Rule expiration date.

You can record this information as comments when creating a new rule or modifying an existing rule. The first thing you should do, if you haven’t already, is review all the existing rules, and document the above information wherever possible. Though this might be a time-consuming task, you’ll only have to do it once, and it’ll end up saving you a lot of time when auditing and adding new rules in the long run.

2. Reduce over-permissive rules and include “deny all or deny rest” wherever necessary.

It’s better to be safe than sorry; it’s good practice to start off writing firewall rules with a “deny all” rule. This helps protect your network from manual errors. After testing and deploying the rules, it’s a good idea to include a “deny rest” at the bottom. This ensures that your firewall allows only the required traffic and blocks the rest. You’ll also want to avoid using over-permissive rules like “allow any” as this can put your network at risk.

Permissive rules give users more freedom, which can translate into granting users access to more resources than they need to perform business-related functions. This leads to two types of problems:

  • Under or overutilized network bandwidth.
  • Increased exposure to potentially malicious sites.

Restrict over-permissive rules, and avoid these issues altogether.

3. Review firewall rules regularly. Organize firewall rules to maximize speed and performance.

As years go by and new policies are defined by different security admins, the number of rules tends to pile up. When new rules are defined without analyzing the old ones, these rules become redundant and can contradict each other, causing anomalies that negatively affect your firewall’s performance. Cleaning up unused rules on a regular basis
helps avoid clogging up your firewall’s processor, so it’s important to periodically audit rules as well as remove duplicate rules, anomalies, and unwanted policies.

Placing the most used rules on top and moving the lesser-used rules to the bottom helps improve the processing capacity of your firewall. This is an activity that should be performed periodically, as different types of rules are used at different times.

4. Check the health of your rules with a penetration test.

A penetration test is a simulated cyber attack against your computer system that checks for exploitable vulnerabilities. Just like how cars undergo crash tests to detect holes in the safety design, periodic penetration tests on your firewall will help you identify areas in your network’s security that are vulnerable.

5. Automate security audits.

A security audit is a manual or systematic measurable technical assessment of the firewall. Given that it consists of a combination of manual and automated tasks, auditing and recording the results of these tasks on a regular basis is essential. You need a tool that can both automate tasks and record results from manual tasks. This will help track
how configuration changes impact the firewall.

6. Implement an end-to-end change management tool.

The key to efficient policy management is an end-to-end change management tool that can track and record requests from start to finish. A typical change procedure might involve the following steps:

End-to-end configuration change monitoring

User request = > Request approval = >  Testing = > Deployment = > Validation

  • A user raises a request for a particular change.
  • The request is approved by the firewall or network security team, and all the details on who approves the request are recorded for future reference.
  • After approval, the configuration is tested to confirm whether changes in the firewall will have the desired effect without causing any threat to the existing setup.
  • Once the changes are tested, the new rule is deployed into production.
  • A validation process is performed to ensure that the new firewall settings are operating as intended.
  • All changes, reasons for changes, time stamps, and personnel involved are recorded.

7. Lay out an extensive, real-time alert management plan.

A real-time alert management system is critical for efficient firewall management. You need to:

  • Monitor the availability of the firewall in real time. If a firewall goes down, an alternate firewall needs to immediately go up so all traffic can be routed through this firewall for the time being.
  • Trigger alarms when the system encounters an attack so that the issue can be quickly rectified.
  • Set alert notifications for all the changes that are made. This will help security admins keep a close eye on every change as it happens.

8. Retain logs as per regulations.

You need to retain logs for a stipulated amount of time depending on which regulations you need to comply with. Below are some of the major compliance standards along with the retention period required for each regulation.

Regulation

Retention requirement

PCI DSS

1 year

ISO 27001

3 years

NIST

3 years

NERC CIP

3 years

HIPAA

7 years

FISMA

3 years

GLBA

6 years

SOX

7 years

Different countries have different regulations on how long logs need to be stored for legal and auditing purposes. You should check with your legal team on which regulations your business needs to comply with. Regular internal audits, combined with compliance checks for different security standards, are important aspects of maintaining a healthy network. Every company will follow different compliance standards based on the industry that business is in. You can automate compliance checks and audits to run on a regular basis to ensure you’re meeting industry standards.

9. Periodically check for security compliance.

Regular internal audits, combined with compliance checks for different security standards, are important aspects of maintaining a healthy network. Every company will follow different compliance standards based on the industry that business is in. You can automate compliance checks and audits to run on a regular basis to ensure you’re meeting
industry standards.

10. Upgrade your firewall software and firmware.

No network or firewall is perfect, and hackers are working around the clock to find any loopholes they can. Regular software and firmware updates to your firewall help eliminate known vulnerabilities in your system. Not even the best set of firewall rules can stop an attack if a known vulnerability hasn’t been patched.

 

Firewall Analyzer can help in adhering to these firewall best practices.

1. Rule Management:

Policy Overview: Manually documenting all firewall rules and reviewing them on a regular basis is an arduous and time-consuming task. To solve this issue, you can use Firewall Analyzer to fetch the entire set of rules written for your firewall. To simplify review, you can also filter rules on the following criteria:

• Allowed and denied rules.
• Inbound and outbound rules.
• Inactive rules.
• Rules with logging disabled.
• Over-permissive, any-to-any rules.

Policy Optimization: Firewall Analyzer’s Policy Optimization feature identifies shadow rules, redundancy,  generalization, correlation, and grouping anomalies. These anomalies negatively impact firewall performance, and removing them will help you optimize rule efficiency.

Rule Reorder: Firewall Analyzer provides suggestions on rule position by correlating the number of rule hits with rule complexity and anomalies. It can estimate the performance improvement for a suggested change.

Rule Cleanup: Firewall Analyzer provides a detailed list of all unused firewall rules, objects, and interfaces. The Rule Cleanup feature gives you a high-level overview of which rules, objects, and interfaces can be removed or deactivated. As you can see, Firewall Analyzer doesn’t just provide visibility into firewall rules; its in-depth Rule Optimization and Rule Reorder reports help in removing rule anomalies and inefficiencies in rule performance.
Together these reports help in:

• Documenting firewall rules.
• Reviewing firewall rules.
• Optimizing firewall performance.
• Organizing firewall rules to maximize speed.

2. Configuration Change Management: Firewall Analyzer fetches configuration changes from firewall devices and generates the following Change Management report.

This report helps you find who made what changes, when, and why. Firewall Analyzer also sends real-time alerts to your phone when changes happen. This report ensures that all configurations and subsequent changes made in your firewall are captured periodically and stored in a database.

With a combination of ManageEngine’s ServiceDesk Plus for ticketing and Firewall Analyzer for monitoring configuration changes, security admins gain end-to-end change monitoring. This type of end-to-end change monitoring system is critical for avoiding security events caused by human error.

3. Compliance Reports: Firewall Analyzer generates out-of-the-box compliance reports for the following industry standards:

  • Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)
  • ISO 27001:2013
  • Firewall best practices
  • NIST Special Publication 800-53
  • NERC’s Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Standards
  • SANS Institutes’ Firewall Checklist

With these reports, you can track your firewall devices’ compliance status in terms of configurations.

4. Configuration Security Audits: Firewall Analyzer can perform security audits on the configuration setup of your firewall and provide detailed reports on any security loopholes. Firewall Analyzer also provides the severity of loopholes, ease of attack due to these loopholes, and a recommendation on how to fix reported issues.

5. Alarm Management: With Firewall Analyzer, you can set alarm notifications for both security and traffic incidents. Firewall Analyzer monitors syslogs, and sends out a notification whenever an alarm threshold trigger is passed. Alert notifications can either be sent via email or SMS. Firewall Analyzer’s alarms help you identify security and traffic events as soon as they occur.

6. Log Retention: With Firewall Analyzer, you can either retain logs in the database or the archive. You can also set a time period for log retention to save disk space and improve performance; after all, disk space requirements can exceed 10TB if log data needs to be retained for a full year.

Continuously monitoring and reviewing your firewall rules, configuration and logs play an important role in securing your network.

IT Monteur use the ManageEngine’s Firewall Analyzer,  and help you for

  • Document and review firewall rules.
  • Organize firewall rules to maximize speed.
  • Monitor all configuration changes made to the firewall.
  • Perform forensic analysis on firewall logs.
  • Set alarm notifications for traffic and security anomalies.
  • Generate compliance reports and perform security audits.

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Vulnerability assessment penetration testing services vendor india
Cloud Pentesting

Vulnerability Assessment of Azure, AWS, Google based SaaS and PaaS Products
ISO 27001 HIPAA PCIDSS audit services india
Web Pentesting

Penetration testing services for websites and web applications.
mobile application security testing services companies india
Compliance
ISO27001:2013 is a worldwide accepted standard to help protect information assets.
ISO 27001 HIPAA PCIDSS audit services india
Network Audit

VAPT services for IT networks comprised of servers, firewalls, network devices.
Mobile App Pentesting

Static and dynamic vulnerability assessment for Android and iOS Mobile apps

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Cisco Next-Generation Firewall Providers in India

Cisco Firewall Provider in India

Cisco Firewall Provider in India

Stop threats, see what’s happening on your network, and reduce costs with our threat-focused next-generation firewall appliances. Security designed to work together. Simplify security complexity. Keep business more secure. Make IT more productive.

Detect and stop threats better with Cisco cyber security products

ASA 5500-X with FirePOWER Services

ASA 5500-X with FirePOWER Services

ASA 5500-X with FirePOWER Services

  • Small business, branch office, enterprise
  • Firewall throughput from 256 Mbps to 15 Gbps
  • Threat inspection from 125 Mbps to 30 Gbps
  • Stateful firewall, AVC, NGIPS, AMP, URL
Cisco Firepower 2100 Series

Cisco Firepower 2100 Series

Cisco Firepower 2100 Series

Superior business resiliency and protection

Gain business resiliency through superior security with sustained performance. The Firepower 2100 Series has an innovative dual multicore CPU architecture that optimizes firewall, cryptographic, and threat inspection functions simultaneously. Now, achieving security doesn’t come at the expense of network performance.

  • Internet edge to data center environments
  • Firewall throughput from 1.9 Gbps to 8.5 Gbps
  • Threat inspection from 1.9 Gbps to 8.5 Gbps
  • Stateful firewall, AVC, NGIPS, AMP, URL
Cisco Firepower 4100 Series

Cisco Firepower 4100 Series

Cisco Firepower 4100 Series

Better security, faster speeds, smaller footprint

Stop more threats with our fully integrated next-generation firewall (NGFW) appliance. The 4100 Series’ 1-rack-unit size is ideal at the Internet edge and in high-performance environments. It shows you what’s happening on your network, detects attacks earlier so you can act faster, and reduces management complexity.

  • Internet edge, high-performance environments
  • Firewall throughput from 20 Gbps to 60 Gbps
  • Threat inspection from 10 Gbps to 20 Gbps
  • Stateful firewall, AVC, NGIPS, AMP, URL
Cisco Firepower 9000 Series

Cisco Firepower 9000 Series

Cisco Firepower 9000 Series

Modular security platform for service providers

This carrier-grade next-generation firewall (NGFW) is ideal for data centers and other high-performance settings that require low latency and high throughput. Deliver scalable, consistent security to workloads and data flows across physical, virtual, and cloud environments. With tightly integrated services, the Firepower 9000 Series lowers costs and supports open, programmable networks.

  • Service provider, data center
  • Firewall throughput up to 225 Gbps
  • Threat inspection up to 90 Gbps
  • Firewall, AVC, NGIPS, AMP, URL, DDoS

Cisco Firewall Price

Cisco Firewall Price Price
Cisco Firewall ASA5506 with Subscription L-ASA5506-TAMC-1 Year Rs. 95,580/-
Cisco ASA 5516-X with FirePOWER services, 8GE, AC, 3DES/AES with 3YR  FirePOWER services Rs. 2,30,000/-
Cisco ASA5508 FirePOWER IPS, AMP and URL 3YR Subs   Rs. 2,67,262/-
Cisco ASA5516 FirePOWER IPS, AMP and URL 3YR Subs Rs. 3,67,262/-

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List of Firewall appliances Company in India

List of Firewall appliances Company in India

List of Firewall appliances Company in India

List of Firewall appliances Company in India

In general, a computer appliance is a computing device with a specific function and limited configuration ability, and a software appliance is a set of computer programs that might be combined with just enough operating system (JeOS) for it to run optimally on industry standard computer hardware or in a virtual machine.

A firewall appliance is a combination of a firewall software and an operating system that is purposely built to run a firewall system on a dedicated hardware or virtual machine. These include:

  • embedded firewalls: very limited-capability programs running on a low-power CPU system,
  • software-based firewall appliances: a system that can be run in independent hardware or in a virtualised environment as a virtual appliance
  • hardware-based firewall appliances: a firewall appliance that runs on a hardware specifically built to install as a network device, providing enough network interfaces and CPU to serve a wide range of purposes. From protecting a small network (a few network ports and few megabits per second throughput) to protecting an enterprise-level network (tens of network ports and gigabits per second throughput).

The following table Lists of TOP Firewall Companies in India, different Hardware / Software firewall appliances lists.

List of TOP Firewall Companies in India

Firewall License Cost OS
Check Point

Check Point

Proprietary Included on Check Point
security gateways
Proprietary operating system Check Point IPSO
and Gaia (Linux-based)
FortiGate

FortiGate

Proprietary Included on all Fortigate
devices
Proprietary, FortiOS
Palo Alto Networks

Palo Alto Networks

Proprietary Included on Palo Alto
Networks firewalls
Proprietary operating system PANOS
WatchGuard

WatchGuard

Proprietary Included on all
WatchGuard firewalls
Proprietary operating system
Sophos

Sophos

Proprietary Included on Sophos UTM Linux-based appliance
Cisco Asa Firepower

Cisco Asa Firepower

Proprietary Included on all CISCO
ASA devices
Proprietary operating system
Cisco PIX

Cisco PIX

Proprietary Included on all CISCO
PIX devices
Proprietary operating system
Forcepoint Mcafee Firewall

Forcepoint

Proprietary Included on Intel Security Appliance Linux-based appliance
Juniper SSG

Juniper SSG

Proprietary Included on Netscreen
security gateways
Proprietary operating system ScreenOS
Juniper SRX

Juniper SRX

Proprietary Included on SRX
security gateways
Proprietary operating system Junos
Sonicwall

Sonicwall

Proprietary Included on Dell appliance Proprietary operating system SonicOs
Barracuda Firewall

Barracuda Firewall

Proprietary Included Firewall Next Generation appliance Windows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
Cyberoam

Cyberoam

Proprietary Included Firewall Sophos appliance Windows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
D-Link Proprietary Included Firewall DFL Windows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
Endian Firewall Proprietary Free / Paid Linux-based appliance
Opendium Iceni Proprietary Free / Paid Linux-based, with optional web filtering / auditing.
IPCop GPL Free / Paid Linux-based appliance
firewall distribution
 

pfSense

ESF/BSD Free / Paid FreeBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
IPFire GPL Free / Paid Linux/NanoBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
Untangle GPL Free / Paid Linux/NanoBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
Zeroshell GPL Free / Paid Linux/NanoBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
SmoothWall GPL Free / Paid Linux-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
WinGate GPL Free / Paid Windows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
Calyptix Security BSD Free OpenBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
Halon Security BSD Free OpenBSD-based appliance
Vantronix BSD Free OpenBSD-based appliance

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