Newly Released FirewallAnalyzer 3.0 Supports Leading Firewalls
by Berislav Kucan - Tuesday, 25 February 2003.
eIQnetworks, Inc., developers of eIQ Analytics Product Series, announced version 3.0 of their FirewallAnalyzer. This tool is the industry’s first browser-based, cross-platform Firewall/VPN analysis and reporting solution with support for all leading firewalls.

IT administrators and security professionals can use FirewallAnalyzer to gain insight into Internet, internal network and network protocol usage patterns, as well as spotting potential network problems and categorize attacks based on severity and source. FirewallAnalyzer installs easily on any system running Microsoft Windows XP, Windows 2000 or Windows NT. Its main purpose is to convert firewall messages to easily understandable reports in HTML, Word, Excel, PDF or Text format.

Vijay Basani, CEO of eIQnetworks said: "In this security heightened environment, enterprises, educational institutions and government agencies are increasingly using firewall appliances and servers to secure Internet/Intranet communications. FirewallAnalyzer works in conjunction with these technologies to provide a centralized and cost effective solution to enable organizations to proactively analyze, identify and secure their networks with a robust and easy to use solution at an affordable price so that organizations of all sizes can benefit from its capabilities" stated.

Logs for Nokia Firewall Appliances, CheckPoint Firewall–1, NetScreen, SecureComputing and Symantec are some of the new log formats supported by FirewallAnalyzer 3.0. Additionally, profile based reporting, 25% faster report generation processing speed and enhanced user interface are some of the new functions.

FirewallAnalyzer is available for purchase now through distribution channels worldwide or from the company Web site. Pricing is $495 for the first firewall server/appliance and $395 for each additional appliance. A fully functional Free Trial version of FirewallAnalzyer is available for download.


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