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Source: Trustix - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Vendors/Products Comodo owned Trustix, developers of the world’s most secure Linux and inventors of the world’s first WYSIWYG firewall, today announced that the latest version of Trustix Enterprise Firewall will be available at no charge. The decision enables administrators to protect their networks for free with a firewall developed and maintained by Trustix’s highly skilled firewall developers

Trustix Enterprise Firewall takes a revolutionary approach to firewall management by replacing the command line driven configuration of many Linux based firewalls with a user friendly ‘drag ‘n’ drop’ GUI. The ‘XSentry’ interface enables administrators to visually configure firewall policies, demilitarized zones and Virtual Private Networks by simply clicking and dragging connections between servers. The underlying rules generated by the program are then fully optimized before being deployed. This innovative approach reduces the administrator mistakes often plague other firewalls.

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