Masking Networks :: Masking a Firewall

By: Masking Shunt  06-Dec-2011
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Masking Networks :: Masking a Firewall

The MS-200 operates as a masking switch and dynamically masks the network addresses of all devices directly connected to its ports. This effectively blinds the cyber attacker by masking the identity and presence of firewalls, servers, virtual machine managers, LAN segments, IDS and other critical devices while maintaining full network compatibility and performance. The following link shows the example of masking a multiport firewall.

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