|Subject:||Re: IDS shuts down network access?|
|Posted by:||Duane Arnold (not…@notme.com)|
|Date:||Mon, 05 Apr 2004|
"admin too" <email@example.com.AOL.com> wrote in message
> Is there an IDS which can block a machine from a network when it's been
> infected with a trojan? At least block Internet access, if it's a box
> positioned behind the firewall.
There are only two IDS/FW products that can block access to a machine when
a Trojan as been detected in the traffic, but that's only on inbound
traffic. That is BlackIce and Sygate.
BlackIce has Application Control that will stop a Trojan from executing when
it hits the machine. I think Sygate has an Application Control feature as
IDS shuts down network access? posted by admin too on Mon, 5 Apr 2004