Cyberguard offers firewall for NT
   By Erich Luening
   Staff Writer, CNET NEWS.COM
   April 28, 1998, 8:35 a.m. PT
   Network security and e-commerce systems provider CyberGuard today
   rolled out a version of its firewall software for Microsoft's
   Windows NT.
   The CyberGuard
   Firewall for Windows NT with SecureGuard now includes Internet
   SmartProxies which adds additional intranet and extranet security
   In addition, CyberGuard has also included its MillenniumGuard software
   to the Windows NT package, which provides protection from noncompliant
   Year 2000 sites, the company said.

How does a firewall protect you from Year2000 bugs?
   The Smart Proxies expand Internet capabilities that enable users to
   selectively configure the firewall according to their Internet,
   intranet, and extranet requirements while paying just for those
   functions they require.

Just like all firewalls...
   As reported earlier, the MilleniumGuard feature uses rule-based
   filtering to provide continuous protection from non-Year 2000
   compliant applications. Year 2000 compliance means a company's
   computer system interprets the Year 2000 as that year rather than 1900
   or a meaningless 00.

If your systems behind the firewall are year 2000 compliant, then there 
is no worry. If they aren't, you have bigger problems than what traffic
is passed to your site from others.
   The new product also offers CyberGuard's operating system security
   based on its firewall for UnixWare.
   Available now, pricing for the CyberGuard Firewall for Windows NT,
   including the new Internet SmartProxies and MillenniumGuard feature,
   ranges from $1,495 to $15,545, depending on the number of hosts,
   utilized services, and application proxy models.