McAfee Firewall for Linux 8.0.0

McAfee Firewall for Linux 8.0.0

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maandag 23 februari 2015

Firewall for LinuxIntel Security heeft op 19 februari versie 8.0 van McAfee Firewall for Linux uitgebracht. Deze versie kan met een geldig grantnumber gedownload worden vanaf de download site van McAfee.

McAfee Firewall for Linux is een schaalbare security oplossing die de risico’s minimaliseert van het blootstellen van uw Linux systemen aan netwerk

Firewall for Linux kan losstaand worden gebruikt, of als beheerd product via McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO).

Firewall for Linux Product Features

De volgende features staan vermeld in de Product Guide van Firewall for Linux (PDF):

  • Stateful firewall — Keeps track of the network connections. A stateful firewall includes a state table that dynamically stores information about active connections created by allow rules.
  • Regular mode — Regular mode allows and blocks traffic strictly according to the defined policy.
  • Adaptive mode — When the network packet matches a rule’s conditions, the associated action defined in the rule is executed. If no matching rule is found, the network packet is allowed, and a rule is created to allow similar packets later.
  • Trusted networks — Define networks that can include subnets, ranges, or a single IP address that can be used while creating firewall rules.
  • FTP inspection — Creates dynamic rules for FTP data connections automatically, by actively monitoring the FTP commands on the control channel.
  • Common manageability for Linux, Windows, and Mac — McAfee ePO-based policies can be enforced on Windows, Linux, and Mac systems.
  • FDQN support — Supports FDQN-based rule creation. • CLI support — Supports Command Line Interface for managing the firewall.
  • Dev Ops tools support — Supports silent installation and command-line configuration that can be used for automation through scripts and Dev Ops tools.
  • Firewall groups — Organize firewall rules of similar criteria under rule groups, and provide better rule management capabilities.
  • Time-based firewall — Configure firewall rules that are enforced only for a specific time period during the week.
  • Supported protocols — TCP, UDP, and ICMP.
  • Product management — Complete management of the product through McAfee ePO including deployment and policy enforcement.
  • Standalone mode — Ensures that the software can be managed without McAfee ePO.
  • Rule retention — Retain firewall rules configured through CLI, even if the host is managed by McAfee ePO.
  • Rule-level logging — Supports rule-level logging, including Syslog support.