Novell unveils security appliance

Monday, 14 February 2005, 4:05 PM EST

Novell this week is expected to launch a software-based security appliance for small and midsized businesses that will protect them from threats such as hackers, viruses, worms, spam and intrusions.

The Novell Security Manager, which will be unveiled at the RSA Conference this week in San Francisco, consists of software installed on an industry-standard server. Novell Security Manager, which is based on Linux, has a Web-based management interface and a reporting tool. Novell OEMs the software from Astaro Networks, who sells security gateway appliances.

By Deni Connor at NWF.

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