Definitions for "firewall"
A computer or computer software that connects to a LAN and lets only certain types of information through.
a piece of hardware or software designed to limit access between your computer and the Internet.
A hardware or software device that controls access to computers on a Local Area Network (LAN). It examines all traffic routed between the two networks - inbound and outbound - to see if it meets certain criteria. If it does it is routed between the networks, otherwise it is stopped. It can also manage public access to private networked resources such as host applications.
A fire-resistant bulkhead fitted behind an engine to present a barrier and prevent an engine fire spreading into the airframe.
The partition between the engine compartment and the passenger compartment.
The legal barrier between banking and broker/dealer operations within a financial institution created to prevent the exchange of inside information.
Firewall is a 2006 American action/thriller film directed by Richard Loncraine and written by Joe Forte. Harrison Ford stars as Jack Stanfield, a security expert at a bank faced with a corporate merger and the offer of a new job. Yet the stranger with a job offer is playing a much more sinister game.
A multi-layer device that makes decisions on what data to forward on to it's destination, and what data to block from it's destination.
A filtering module located on a gateway machine that examines all incoming and outgoing traffic to determine if it may be routed to its destination. WinRoute provides an extensive firewall via: NAT's functionality, the assignment of rules for specified IP addresses, and the ability to record certain information going one way so it may be authorized on the way back.
Along with each IP address is a range of 65535 ports that an application may use. Web Servers, for example, use port 80. A firewall manages which ports to allow through, and more importantly which ones to block. A good firewall also can manage both incoming and outgoing connections to a port. So for example, it can allow outbound traffic on port 80, but deny incoming connections to port 80.
Keywords:  forensic
Keywords:  feu, pare, coupe
Pare-feu, coupe-feu
Keywords:  firewire
Keywords:  netlingo, details
more details: NetLingo TM
The separation of banking and broker/dealer activities within the same financial...
A type of fire separation of noncombustible construction that subdivides a building or separates adjoining buildings to resist the spread of fire.
Technology used to prevent data that might be damaging from reaching people. Non-IT people refer to this process more succinctly as 'PR'.
A wall to prevent the spread of fire; usually made of non-combustible material.
Legal barriers that prevent both the transference of inside information and the performance of financial transactions between commercial and investment banks.
The former to which engines are conventionally mounted.
Keywords:  slowdown, spread, erected, stop, wall
Wall erected to stop or slowdown the spread of a fire.
Keywords:  cockpit, aircraft, smoke, let, section
Section of the aircraft specially designed to let heat and smoke enter the cockpit.
Keywords:  bot, netscape, navigator, web
Netscape Navigator Web Bot
Keywords:  quotation, floor, firm, broker
firm quotation floor broker
Keywords:  campus, see
See Campus firewall.
While the term "firewall" creates a powerful visual picture, in reality, it ...
Keywords:  wireless, fixed
Formalization Functional requirements