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Server Security Cybernet Systems Corporation today announced its plan to introduce the industry's first low-cost Linux-based software for creating a Virtual Private Network (VPN). The new NetMAX VPN Server Suite is expected to be the first product to bring secure VPN Internet . . . Cybernet Systems Corporation today announced its plan to introduce the industry's first low-cost Linux-based software for creating a Virtual Private Network (VPN). The new NetMAX VPN Server Suite is expected to be the first product to bring secure VPN Internet connections into general mainstream business use. The VPN Server Suite has a breakthrough sub-$500 price tag and the same combination of simplicity/ease-of-use through browser-based management and integrated Linux operating system that has made the other members of the NetMAX Internet appliance software servers so successful.

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