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Secure VPN the Easy Way With the Linux-based Untangle Router

There are a lot of bogus VPN (virtual private network) products sold for big bucks that are not real VPNs at all, but SSL portals. OpenVPN is a genuine secure VPN that supports both site-to-site tunnels, to create a nice secure WAN on the cheap, and remote individual clients.
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Untangle Targets Small Business Security Gap

Faced with a growing array of network security threats, small businesses are stuck: all-in-one proprietary solutions are too expensive and open source alternatives are too complicated and/or require multiple servers.

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DHCP Server Can Take Over Client

PCs running the Internet Systems Consortium DHCP client, the default set-up in many Linux distributions, can be taken over by specially crafted DHCP servers...
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Open-Source Routers are Becoming an Option for Enterprise IT

Analysts say the technology is not for everyone, but some IT managers are turning to open-source routers in an effort to gain capabilities while cutting costs.
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Untangle Shows How to Make Open Source Pay in the SMB Market

Last week I suggested that open source still has work to do to penetrate the SMB (small to medium-sized business) market.
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