There are countless firewalls available but choosing the right one for your home office (whether it’s free or a paid for version) is essential for blocking intruders with malicious intent.
We look at some of the best firewall tools for users who have a home office, work from home or run a business from their home.
If we have missed any you like,
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November 17, 2017
11. Palo Alto
Palo Alto is paid for software which prevents user access to and from private networks.
It has an IPS feature which scans traffic and identity’s patterns which may indicate a potential attack. What’s more, it has a web filter capability which controls access to sites and blocks high-risk sites which have malicious content.
It offers a virtualised firewall that can support cloud environments based on environments from VMware, AWS, Microsoft, Citrix and KVM. Additionally, it sends user’s reports based on locality, content and devices.
Palo Alto was easy to install having a simple user interface and a dedicated customer support team.