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PACKET COUNT
ORDER
PERSONAL FIREWALLS
ROUTING
MONITOR
CONTROL
ROUTER
BEHAVIORS
GUARDING
REAL-TIME PROTECTION
EXTERNAL INTERFACE
COMPUTER
ACCESS LISTS
INBOUND
OUTBOUND TRAFFIC
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Definitions

  1. Inbound and outbound traffic is inspected for malicious activity.

Packet Count

  1. Provides the packet count for outbound traffic routed with fast and autonomous switching. (Web site)

Order

  1. In order to support this, the SPD requires distinct entries for inbound and outbound traffic. (Web site)

Personal Firewalls

  1. Personal firewalls may also detect outbound traffic to guard against spyware, which could be sending your surfing habits to a Web site. (Web site)

Routing

  1. All outbound traffic that cannot be found in this routing table or is not on the node's local subnet is sent to this gateway. (Web site)

Monitor

  1. More advanced firewall programs like products from ZoneLabs or Symantec also monitor and can block “outbound” traffic.

Control

  1. Access control lists can generally be configured to control both inbound and outbound traffic, and in this context they are similar to firewalls. (Web site)

Router

  1. They are generally used to allow outbound traffic and to limit inbound traffic in response to sessions that originate inside the router. (Web site)

Behaviors

  1. All these behaviors can be classified as nondeterministic, in that the NAT behavior becomes one that is determined by the order of outbound traffic. (Web site)

Guarding

  1. It is the first personal firewall that integrates meaningful operating system layer protection, guarding the legitimacy of outbound traffic. (Web site)

Real-Time Protection

  1. Real-time protection against hackers and malicious web robots by filtering inbound and outbound traffic as well as alerting you of attempted attacks. (Web site)

External Interface

  1. If you are configuring CBAC on an external interface, apply the rule to outbound traffic.

Computer

  1. Controlling inbound and outbound traffic applications, it stops malware attempts to transfer data from your computer or on him.

Access Lists

  1. You can configure access lists so that inbound traffic or outbound traffic or both are filtered on an interface. (Web site)

Inbound

  1. This firewall is certainly a must to monitor all inbound and outbound traffic and protect you from any unauthorized intrusion. (Web site)
  2. If no policy is found in the SPD that matches the packet (for either inbound or outbound traffic), the packet MUST be discarded. (Web site)

Outbound Traffic

  1. Controlling inbound and outbound traffic applications, the firewall stops malware from transferring data from your computer or on him. (Web site)
  2. Access lists can be used to control both inbound and outbound traffic on a router.

Categories

  1. Inbound
  2. Transferring Data
  3. Access Lists
  4. Spd
  5. External Interface
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