Borderware picks good IPs from bad

Online traffic monitoring software vendor BorderWare Technologies has updated its network security offering.

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By  Administrator Published  February 15, 2007

The technology compliments its existing BorderWare Security Network (BSN) line, a real-time service that identifies threats across multiple internet protocols (IPs).

The vendor said the technology worked by conducting ongoing analysis of the content sent from IPs, domains and users across multiple applications like e-mail, web, instant messenger (IM) and voice over IP (VoIP).

BorderWare claimed potentially compromised or infected traffic and individual domain or user behaviours could flagged, graded and rejected, ensuring that legitimate traffic was sent and received without delay, while compromised traffic was rejected.

"Our new BSN technology breaks through this dilemma by providing a behaviour score at the sender level, thereby accurately separating the good apples from the bad," said Tim Leisman, CEO at BorderWare.

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