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New SSL VPN announced

Barracuda Networks has announced its new secure socket layer (SSL) virtual private network (VPN).

Following its recent acquisition of Nottingham-based company 3SP, the firm has unveiled the new integrated hardware and software solution to provide remote access from any web browser.

According to Barracuda, the SSL VPN can help administrators to control access on the network through a number of security and auditing features which can monitor both singular and group access.

Stephen Pao, vice-president of product technology for Barracuda Networks, said he was "surprised" that SSL VPNs were not used more commonly by mid-sized organisations.

"As with all Barracuda Networks solutions, we have optimised the delivery of a very sophisticated technology in an easy to use and deploy form factor suitable for organisations of any size," he added.

The firm recently announced its Spam Firewall programme can now differentiate between legitimate non-delivery report (NDR) messages and spoof invalid, and potentially dangerous, non-valid NDR mails.

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