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Radware Unveils DefensePro 4.0

Radware unveils industry first behavioral server protections as part of its DefensePro Full Spectrum Protection Technology

MAHWAH, N.J. -- Radware (NASDAQ: RDWR), the leading provider of integrated application delivery solutions for business-smart networking, today announced the availability of DefensePro version 4.0, the latest version of the company's flagship Intrusion Prevention System (IPS). DefensePro 4.0 provides adaptive behavioral server-based IPS feature set, protecting against misuse of application authorization and preventing break-in attempts to enterprise critical application servers, with no need for human intervention. This allows the network to automatically respond to attacks targeted at revenue-generating applications. The new version complements Radware’s DefensePro existing signature and behavioral network-based protections and reinforces the company’s vision to provide business-smart networking solutions.

DefensePro version 4.0 features a new package of behavioral server-based protections, extending the adaptive behavioral network-based technology to detect application-level pre-attack probes, misuse of authorization and denial-of-service attacks, thus forms Radware’s Full Spectrum Protection Technology. The new security features include HTTP, VoIP SIP, FTP, POP3, SMTP, IMAP, and MS-SQL adaptive server-based behavioral protections. Threats that are detected and prevented include brute-force attempts, dictionary attacks, HTTP vulnerability scanning, SIP spoofed Invite floods, SIP spoofed register floods, and more.

“Sophisticated threats and complex technology are driving network security solutions to bridge the gap between the single user host protection and the network-wide resource protection,” says Charles Kolodgy, research director, IDC Security Products. “The integration of server protections with signature protections and Behavioral DoS prevention is a comprehensive and effective solution against business interruption and downtime.”

Radware Ltd. (Nasdaq: RDWR)

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