Firewall safeguards web-enabled applications

Tuesday, 23 July 2002, 3:25 PM EST

Reactivity Inc. will introduce its Service Firewall 1.0, a software firewall meant to not only protect Web applications but to do so in such a way that the security is invisible to the user. The Service Firewall is deployed at the edge of a corporate network and sits in the message flow between applications.

The software comprises two parts: the firewall itself and the management console, through which administrators can set up policies, monitor messages and view logs, and audit reports. Several Service Firewalls can be clustered behind a load-balancer, Osaka said.

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