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NetTool Series II tester detects spyware, adware, and viruses

Fluke Networks Canada has released a new NetSecure option for the NetTool Series II Inline Network Tester, which allows network technicians to solve one of today's most frustrating problems by identif...


November 1, 2007  


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Fluke Networks Canada has released a new NetSecure option for the NetTool Series II Inline Network Tester, which allows network technicians to solve one of today’s most frustrating problems by identifying rogue applications like spyware, adware, and viruses during network connectivity and performance tests.

The software tests for spyware, adware, and viruses, while solving connectivity issues, which according to Fluke, eliminates wasted technician time using trial and error troubleshooting methods.

NetSecure also reduces maintenance costs by detecting rogue applications based on actual port behavior, not definitions or signatures which become outdated and require constant updates.

It also helps organizations protect against future attacks by supporting the 802.1X authentication protocol.

Fluke Networks

www.flukenetworks.ca