Anyone here has experience with D-guard?

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by Dwarden, Jan 28, 2012.

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  1. Dwarden

    Dwarden Registered Member

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    one of my friends told me that they using this : http://www.d-guard.com/

    i would like to know if anyone has experience and some insights about it

    thanks

    seems quite pricey and i can't find any informations about how good/reliable or worth the cost is it

    o_O
     
  2. sg09

    sg09 Registered Member

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    It's not for home use...
     
  3. Dwarden

    Dwarden Registered Member

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    well i'm not asking for home use but server use ...

    if someone mentions me something then i want learn more ;)
     
  4. J_L

    J_L Registered Member

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    Does this have a free version or not?
     
  5. TigerRaptorFX

    TigerRaptorFX Registered Member

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    No such thing as free when it comes to servers. And from the looks of it that is all they do. Even if there was a free version, I don't see how it would protect you any better over personal firewall or router for home use. Such a thing would be complete overkill.
     
  6. J_L

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    Lots of free gateways out there, mainly based on Linux and BSD. Depends on the home.
     
  7. TigerRaptorFX

    TigerRaptorFX Registered Member

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    Well yeah for home use. But I have never seen a free server firewall for company use or like the one D-guard offers.
     
  8. Brummelchen

    Brummelchen Registered Member

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    not cheap - against ddos i would buy a good switch or router which is capable to manage those attacks - not a software. software is always the end of a point - and the badest one. same for sql injection - in generel it can only fix those issues which are known. i wont do it.
     
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