BW: NetMAX Delivers Powerful Internet Appliance Software for Small and Medium Businesses

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Aug 14, 2000


"The NetMAX division of Cybernet Systems today announced the expansion of its product line with the general availability and shipment of the NetMAX Professional Suite, a completely integrated software solution for network security, Internet connectivity, and file and print sharing. The NetMAX Professional Suite bundles the popular NetMAX Firewall ProSuite, NetMAX Internet Server ProSuite and NetMAX FileServer into one package, providing a simple and easy-to-use network management solution to users ranging from advanced small businesses to larger and more complex enterprise work groups."

The NetMAX Professional Suite also includes and installs the popular Apache web server, the Sendmail email server, and SAMBA for file and printer sharing. It offers small and mid-size companies and enterprise workgroups a simple process for establishing a fully functional and secure web, e-mail and FTP server with just a few mouse clicks. The user can operate an unlimited number of virtual domains per IP address, drastically lowering business costs.

"To address business security issues, the NetMAX Professional Suite comes fully pre-configured as a firewall, router, and proxy/cache server. Its 128-bit Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) module allows for remote server management using the HTTPS protocol. Cybernet used RSA Security BSAFE(R) Crypto-C software to add encryption capabilities to its NetMAX Professional Suite."

"The NetMAX Professional Suite also includes and installs the popular Apache web server, the Sendmail email server, and SAMBA for file and printer sharing. It offers small and mid-size companies and enterprise workgroups a simple process for establishing a fully functional and secure web, e-mail and FTP server with just a few mouse clicks. The user can operate an unlimited number of virtual domains per IP address, drastically lowering business costs."

"Its 128-bit SSL module enables companies to add secure e-commerce transaction capabilities to their website. And with a fully functional Network News Transport Protocol (NNTP) feature, users can access the host server to read and participate in newsgroups as well as hold private discussion groups on an internal network."

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