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SecureNet PRO v3.0 Network Intrusion Detection Platform for Linux Print E-mail
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Source: Posted by: Benjamin D. Thomas - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Vendors/Products Salem, VA, April 24, 2000---MimeStar, Inc. announced today that its network intrusion detection & monitoring platform known as SecureNet PRO is now commercially available for the Linux operating system. SecureNet PRO is an enterprise-scalable network monitoring and intrusion detection . . . Salem, VA, April 24, 2000---MimeStar, Inc. announced today that its network
intrusion detection & monitoring platform known as SecureNet PRO is now
commercially available for the Linux operating system.

SecureNet PRO is an enterprise-scalable network monitoring and intrusion
detection platform. It is the result of over 5 years of research, development,
and refinement. SecureNet PRO is the most advanced network security solution
available anywhere, offering the highest level of customization found in any
commercial product. It is the only package available which combines powerful
scripting functionality with real-time session viewing and control capabilities.
In addition, SecureNet PRO is the only fully featured intrusion detection
platform commercially available for the Linux operating system.

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