appliances

protect computer networks from unwanted data traffic, intruders, email spam, enforce policies, and may also be used to create and manage VPNs.

Security appliances protect computer networks from unwanted data traffic, intruders, email spam, enforce policies, and may also be used to create and manage VPNs. There are a number of types of security appliances. The most common of which is a network firewall that is an independent computer server appliance running specialized OS for this function

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