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Peter M Shipley: Intelligent network security device and method. Henneman & Saunders, September 12, 2000: US06119236 (216 worldwide citation)

An intelligent network security device ("INSD") (10) operates in a local area network (""LAN") (12) according to an intelligent network security method (30). The LAN (12) has a plurality of computers (14) and connects to the internet (16) through a firewall (18). The INSD (10) resides within the LAN ...


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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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John Todd, Sai Sivanesan, David Cann: Method and apparatus for regulating data flow between a communications device and a network. Electro Guard, Brown & Michaels PC, February 15, 2011: US07890612 (149 worldwide citation)

A network security device which acts as an “airlock” for traffic between a communications device and a network. Data is screened using rules based analysis by the security device to counter various threats, including viruses, phishing, attempts to “hijack” communications, communications with known m ...


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Anand K Antur, Sanjay Sawhney, Hemant Puri, Naveen S Bisht: Method and apparatus for reconfiguring and managing firewalls and security devices. Townsend and Townsend and Crew, June 5, 2001: US06243815 (108 worldwide citation)

A method for reconfiguring network security devices coupled to a network directory services server, the network directory services server providing network directory services to the network security devices, includes the steps of storing configuration data for a first network security device at a pr ...


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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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William C Topp: Computer network security device and method. Dilworth & Barrese, October 17, 2000: US06134661 (41 worldwide citation)

A keyboard which performs a password encryption function, i.e., converting a memorable (insecure) password which is typed on the keyboard, into a secure password which is used to gain access to a computer network system. A preferred embodiment of the present invention comprises a user designated key ...


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Ganesh Devarajan, Russell Herbelin, Don LeBert, Todd Redfoot, Neil Warner: Systems providing a network resource address reputation service. Go Daddy Operating Company, Karl A Fazio, February 5, 2013: US08370407 (32 worldwide citation)

An exemplary system for providing a network resource address reputation service may comprise a server computer configured to determine whether an event associated with a network resource address matches event signature(s) in network security device(s). If the event matches a signature, a reputation ...


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Kangho Lee, James Daniel Wiggins, David Wayne Bonn, Randall Craig Boroughs: Device and method for graphically displaying data movement in a secured network. WatchGuard Technologies, Perkins Coie, December 10, 2002: US06493752 (30 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the invention provide a display screen for a network security device. The screen includes representations of a source and a destination having respective source and destination indicators, such as LEDs. The source indicator is operable to indicate whether the source is authorized or u ...