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Posted 11 April 2010 - 06:00 PM
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Most computer firewalls in the market are software-based add-ons. In contrast, NVIDIA Firewall is a "native" hardware-optimized solution. It is an integrated part of the NVIDIA nForce MCPs, and outperforms all other system firewalls in performance and protection.
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Posted 12 April 2010 - 08:00 PM
Note: ActiveArmor Firewall only operates on an NVIDIA Ethernet interface.
ActiveArmor Firewall will not protect network traffic/application on a
system that uses a third-party Ethernet interface (for example 3Com,
Intel, Broadcom, DLink, etc.) on an NVIDIA nForce motherboard.
ActiveArmor Firewall—the only “native” firewall in the market—is optimized
and integrated into the NVIDIA nForce systems that support ForceWare
Network Access Manager. (See Table 1.1 for supported NVIDIA hardware and
The ActiveArmor Firewall is a high performance, “hardware-optimized”
firewall offering enhanced reliability and protection at the end-point—i.e., the
desktop. It incorporates firewall and antihacking technologies such as
antispoofing, antisniffing, anti-ARP cache poisoning, and anti-DHCP server,
which are important security controls for corporate network environments.
For an explanation of firewall concepts and the ActiveArmor Firewall, see
Chapter 3—“ActiveArmor Firewall: Basic Concepts” on page 31.
Edited by Emu1212, 12 April 2010 - 08:01 PM.
Posted 12 April 2010 - 10:54 PM
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