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IPS - Cisco vs. McAfee vs. Tippingpoint Jul 29 2009 12:25PM
Hurgel Bumpf (l0rd_lunatic yahoo com) (7 replies)
Re: IPS - Cisco vs. McAfee vs. Tippingpoint Jul 29 2009 07:42PM
Trygve Aasheim (trygve pogostick net)
Re: IPS - Cisco vs. McAfee vs. Tippingpoint Jul 29 2009 07:07PM
Gary Halleen (ghalleen cisco com) (1 replies)
Re: IPS - Cisco vs. McAfee vs. Tippingpoint Jul 30 2009 09:43AM
Hurgel Bumpf (l0rd_lunatic yahoo com) (1 replies)
RE: IPS - Cisco vs. McAfee vs. Tippingpoint Jul 30 2009 08:01PM
C-Info (c-info blaisnet com)
RE: IPS - Cisco vs. McAfee vs. Tippingpoint Jul 29 2009 05:05PM
David Henning (David Henning hughes com) (2 replies)
RE: IPS - Cisco vs. McAfee vs. Tippingpoint Jul 30 2009 09:28AM
Hurgel Bumpf (l0rd_lunatic yahoo com)
Re: IPS - Cisco vs. McAfee vs. Tippingpoint Jul 29 2009 07:10PM
Joel Snyder (Joel Snyder Opus1 COM) (2 replies)
Re: IPS - Cisco vs. McAfee vs. Tippingpoint Jul 30 2009 09:50AM
Hurgel Bumpf (l0rd_lunatic yahoo com)
Re: IPS - Cisco vs. McAfee vs. Tippingpoint Jul 29 2009 08:20PM
Ronny Vaningh (ronny netrusion com) (2 replies)
Joel Snyder schreef:
>> Hi List,
>>
>> i need to protect a "realtime" website with an inline IPS from (D)DOS
>> attacks.
>
> You should not be looking at Cisco, McAfee, or Tippingpoint (or, as
> some have suggested, Sourcefire or Fortinet). None of them
> specializes in DoS attacks, and all will give you fairly poor results
> if that's your main concern. This is not to say that these aren't
> great products when used as designed; it's just to point out that none
> of them are designed to be very good at DoS protections. I'm sure
> that the sales droids are happy to tell you that they're good DoS
> boxes but, as you found out, they aren't.
>
> You want to look at products that focus on DoS (and other rate-based
> attacks), probably starting with TopLayer and Arbor (someone else
> already suggested that), but also Mazu (now part of Riverbed). There
> are also some smaller companies that have had success in this space.
> For example, one of our customers bought a DoS mitigation box from
> Riorey (http://www.riorey.com/) and they think it's the bees knees.
>
> jms
>
I do agree with Joel on this.

Another vendor worth looking at is the radware defensepro.

Ronny

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Re: IPS - Cisco vs. McAfee vs. Tippingpoint Jul 30 2009 09:26AM
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Re: IPS - Cisco vs. McAfee vs. Tippingpoint Jul 30 2009 07:52PM
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RE: IPS - Cisco vs. McAfee vs. Tippingpoint Jul 29 2009 03:39PM
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RE: IPS - Cisco vs. McAfee vs. Tippingpoint Jul 30 2009 07:55AM
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