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In recent years, the number of cyber-attacks using mobile access points affecting the population and small and medium-sized companies has reached a worrying level, which, moreover, has typically received few well-usable and cost-effective technological responses in the past period. Yettel is now trying such a novelty, NetPajzs has been launched, which, in contrast to the white label solutions common on the market, is a personal firewall service integrated into the service provider’s core network, which can be parameterized by the subscriber.

NetPajzs is the service provider on his website according to the information included, it provides protection against phishing, attacks, the so-called against online shopping scams, spyware and unsolicited content (preferably age-restricted content to be hidden from children). The service also sends a regular report to the subscriber about successful filtering and blocking.

Digital footprint is slowly becoming a standard accessory (x)

Thyssenkrupp’s government systems already have a considerable wealth of data.

Digital footprint is slowly becoming a standard accessory (x) Thyssenkrupp’s government systems already have a considerable wealth of data.

Yettel NetPajzs can be activated per subscription (per SIM card) for HUF 390 per month (the first month is free), via the Yettel application that can be downloaded to Android devices and iPhones. By definition, this also means that the account holder can also activate the service for his family members, thus extending the protection to minor family members, among others.

NetPajzs also protects devices that connect to a device via WiFi that distributes the Internet to them in hotspot mode, and the service is activated on the corresponding subscription.

However, the system does not provide full protection in all cases. So, for example, it does not work for clients using VPN (although Yettel does not address this separately, presumably the same applies to iPhones with the “private repeater” function turned on), and since it is not a client-side solution, therefore only provides protection if the client distributes data through Yettel’s network.

This is not Yettel’s first similar attempt to protect subscriber data – the company, or rather its legal predecessor, offered F-Secure’s client-side solution under practically the same name when the Hipernet brand was introduced in 2011. A similar, white label security product has been available for corporate clients ever since at the company (also based on F-Secure), and in September of last year, the company introduced a managed firewall service in collaboration with 4iG Nyrt – although not aimed at mobile clients.


Source: HWSW Informatikai Hírmagazin by www.hwsw.hu.

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