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Intrusion Prevention & Detection

SonicWALL IPS delivers a configurable, high performance Deep Packet Inspection engine for extended protection of key network services such as Web, e-mail, file transfer, Windows services, and DNS. SonicWALL IPS is designed to protect against application vulnerabilities as well as worms, Trojans, peer-to-peer, spyware, and back-door exploits.

The extensible signature language used in SonicWALL's Deep Packet Inspection engine also provides proactive defense against newly discovered application and protocol vulnerabilities. SonicWALL IPS offloads the costly and time-consuming burden of maintaining and updating signatures for new hacker attacks through SonicWALL's industry-leading Distributed Enforcement Architecture (DEA). Signature granularity allows SonicWALL IPS to detect and prevent attacks based on a global, attack group, or per-signature basis to provide maximum flexibility and control false positives.

Alternatively, SonicWALL Global Management System provides global management capabilities that enable administrators to manage SonicWALL IPS across multiple SonicWALL security appliances from a central location. SonicWALL GMS solutions allow administrators to create detailed reports based on attack source, destination and type of intrusion, such as "Top Intrusions," "Destinations Over Time," and "Intrusions Over Time."

SonicWALL Gateway Anti-Virus (GAV), Anti-Spyware and Intrusion Prevention Service (IPS) is SonicWALL's unified threat management solution that integrates gateway anti-virus, anti-spyware and intrusion prevention to deliver intelligent, real-time network security protection against sophisticated application layer and content-based attacks. Utilizing a configurable, high-performance deep packet inspection architecture, SonicWALL GAV, Anti-Spyware and IPS secures the network from the core to the perimeter against a comprehensive array of dynamic threats including viruses, spyware, worms, Trojans, and software vulnerabilities such as buffer overflows, as well as peer-to-peer and instant messenger applications, backdoor exploits, and other malicious code. Because new threats emerge daily and are often unpredictable, the deep packet inspection architecture is constantly updated to deliver the highest protection possible against an ever-changing threat landscape.

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