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Source: Help Net Security - Posted by Efren J. Belizario   
Firewalls MicroWorld Technologies launched its futuristic, enterprise class firewall eConceal. eConceal is a comprehensive network firewall developed to prevent unauthorized access to a computer or network connected to the Internet. It enforces a boundary between two or more networks by implementing default or user-defined Access Control Policies or Rules. These rules function as filters by analyzing data packets to see if they fulfill the filter criteria and then allow or block the traffic accordingly.

‘Stealth Mode’ option is a powerful feature that allows you to surf the Internet invisibly, without letting other online users see you. In this mode your system does not respond to continuous information requests flowing in from other computers. “eConceal empowers you with a multi-layered protection by Application Level filtering, Packet Level filtering and Stealth Mode,? said Govind Rammurthy, CEO, MicroWorld Technologies. “It’s like building a heavily guarded a digital fortress around you and then make it invisible as well! While every port is monitored with consistent vigil to prevent Port Scanning by attackers, each data packet is checked to see if it fulfills the filter criteria and rules.?

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