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Saturday, February 26, 2005

Startup digs out network worms

EE Times profiles Seaway Networks which Using intelligent packet preprocessing and hardware matching, Seaway's Trident NCA2000-L7P adapter card scans for familiar byte patterns that signal the presence of a worm or virus on the prowl. The card can scan for up to 16,000 patterns at a data rate of 2 Gbits/second of its dual Gigabit Ethernet inputs.

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