The Firewalla Gold router allows easily configurable and powerful control over a home network, from resisting attacks to identifying internal device threats to blocking ads and adult sites.
Security - Reviews
McAfee Total Protection offers highly rated security, decent pricing, and a new desktop design on Windows. The app design isn't as straightforward as it could be, but overall Total Protection offers a lot of value.
ProtonVPN is a solid choice for your VPN needs; the biggest drawback is that you'll pay more than you're used to for the service.
Norton 360 Deluxe offers excellent value with solid protection, and a good amount of extra features, but we were surprised to see a slight dip in performance with the program installed.
NordVPN has good performance, great features, and suits novices and power users alike. But who is running the show down there?
NordVPN has it all: excellent performance, and a solid set of features that will appeal to both novices and power users. Read our full evaluation and why this VPN has earned our Editors' Choice badge.
Bullguard for Mac is unbelievably simple virus protection—perhaps too simple.
Malwarebytes Privacy VPN does a good job with respectable speeds, a fair price, a well known company, and an easy-to-use app.
TorGuard VPN service is fine but not outstanding, although some people may appreciate its various bundle options.
An overhauled interface and good protection make Bitdefender easier to recommend than before.
Macworld's G Data Antivirus for Mac review gives the suite 3.5 stars out of five for good protection at a good price.
Trend Micro Antivirus for Mac offers good protection at a fair price without a lot of frills.
Norton 360 Deluxe is a popular security suite, with a lot of extra features for Mac users.
ExpressVPN offers excellent, speedy service, but it's not cheap.
If you’re looking to limit your potential vectors of intrusion but still want the modern conveniences of VPNs, cloud storage, password management, Norton 360 demands only a modest premium in return.
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The strength of the Aruba Instant On AP11D is that the design and feature set support the modern, flexible, and mobile way of working.
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