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Over 1 year ago
Contributed a review of Sophos Cyberoam UTM: Easy to use, scalable, and straightforward installation
Over 1 year ago
Contributed a review of Palo Alto Networks NG Firewalls: Good management options, and we have confidence in the security that it provides
Over 1 year ago
For ADC, any ADC can do a good job. But in case if you want to add WAF functionality to the same ADC hardware you have to look for other ADC's like F5, Imperva, Radware, Fortinet, etc. 
Over 1 year ago
The deployment for easy
Over 1 year ago
Apart from throughout consideration. Radware license charges based on throughput and F5 charges based on features only. For example, if you buy F5 with an appliance throughput of 10g that throughput available on day one, but if it's Radware, you will get a 1gbps license and…
Over 1 year ago
Contributed a review of Fortinet FortiGate: Flexible to use and easy to set up
Almost 2 years ago
Contributed a review of Fortinet FortiWeb: Straightforward to set up, quick to deploy, and easy to maintain
About 2 years ago
Contributed a review of F5 BIG-IP Local Traffic Manager (LTM): Very dependable and stable in its market category
About 2 years ago
Imperva or F5 if you don't have budget constraints. there is budget limitation means you can look barracuda, Radware, A10 or fortinet
About 2 years ago
Most of the WAF working in proxy mode and it very well sees the TCP connections and blocks DDOS. Most of the DDOS vendors are also having WAF technology, so they bundle WAF & DDOS. But for effective DDOS the solution should be stateless and it should be dedicated, because…

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Over 1 year ago
Fortinet FortiGate

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Over 1 year ago
Application Delivery Controllers (ADC)
Over 1 year ago
Application Delivery Controllers (ADC)
About 2 years ago
Web Application Firewall (WAF)

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Over 1 year ago
Web Application Firewall (WAF)