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Aharon Friedman, Ben Zion Levy: Network security device which performs MAC address translation without affecting the IP address. Digital Secured Networks Techolognies, Meltzer Lippe Goldstein et al, May 26, 1998: US05757924 (169 worldwide citation)

A network security device is connected between a protected client and a network. The network security device negotiates a session key with any other protected client. Then, all communications between the two clients are encrypted. The inventive device is self-configuring and locks itself to the IP a ...


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Aharon Friedman, Eva Bozoki: Network security device. Fortress Technologies, Proskauer Rose, May 29, 2001: US06240513 (96 worldwide citation)

A network security device is connected between a protected client and a network. The network security device negotiates a session key with any other protected client. Then, all communications between the two clients are encrypted. The inventive device is self-configuring and locks itself to the IP a ...


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Aharon Friedman, Ben Zion Levy: System and method for preventing a first node from being emulated by another node. Fortress Technologies of Florida, Proskauer Rose, November 21, 2000: US06151679 (51 worldwide citation)

A network security device 10 is connected between a protected client 12 and a network 100. The network security device 10 negotiates a session key with any other protected client. Then, all communications between the two clients are encrypted. The inventive device is self-configuring and locks itsel ...


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Aharon Friedman, Ben Zion Levy: Network security device. Digital Secured Networks Technology, CHEN LIANG, February 11, 1998: CN96191481

A network security device 10 is connected between a protected client 12 and a network 100. The network security device 10 negotiates a session key with any other protected client. Then, all communications between the two clients are encrypted. The inventive device is self-configuring and locks itsel ...


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Aharon Friedman, Eva Bozoki: Network security device. Proskauer Rose, February 14, 2002: US20020019933-A1

A network security device is connected between a protected client and a network. The network security device negotiates a session key with any other protected client. Then, all communications between the two clients are encrypted. The inventive device is self-configuring and locks itself to the IP a ...