Stateful Firewall


A Stateful Firewall is a type of network appliance that actively inspects the behavior of a network and the connections to it, and uses packet analysis to prevent unauthorized data from moving through the firewall. A SonicWall is an example of this type of appliance. 

To read more about about stateful firewalls, see Stateful firewall (Wikipedia).

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