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EnGarde Secure Linux

EnGarde Secure LinuxEnGarde Secure Linux is a multi-functional, open source Internet security operating platform. It comes with all the tools needed to create a secure online presence.

Origin – Home Page: USA – EnGarde Secure Linux Community Edition

Price: EnGarde Secure Linux CE is completely free and Open Source.

Comments: EnGarde Secure Linux CE is a free contribution to the Free Software community by Guardian Digital, Inc. Engarde is not just a firewall, but a platform with which one may use to build a secure online presence with ease. In addition to essential firewall and basic routing capabilities, WebTool, Engarde’s GUI management interface, makes it easy to set up secure Web, email, and DNS services. GDSN is an excellent platform for keeping abreast of security issues.

EnGarde Secure Linux is available as a LiveCD, with the option to install to disk. Installation is a breeze, and access to the management interface is browser-based.

You may view the base features of EnGarde Secure Linux as well as that of other distros in the firewall cum router category in the feature overview of Linux and BSD firewall and router distros.

Download: CD iso images of the latest stable release are available for download here.

Tutorials/Tips: A series of video tutorials, manuals, guides, and howtos are available for all user levels.

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