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<primary>BSD Router</primary>
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<link xlink:href="">Sophos</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - The Sophos Email Appliance product is based on a hardened FreeBSD and scans inbound mail for spam and viruses, while also monitoring outbound mail for malware as well as the accidental loss of sensitive information.
<primary>Spectra Logic</primary>
<link xlink:href="">Spectra Logic</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - The nTier line of archive grade storage appliances run FreeBSD and OpenZFS.
<link xlink:href="">Stormshield</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - Stormshield Network Security appliances are based on a hardened version of FreeBSD. The BSD license allows them to integrate their own intellectual property with the system while returning a great deal of interesting development to the community.
<primary>The Weather Channel</primary>
<link xlink:href="">The Weather Channel</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - The IntelliStar appliance that is installed at each local cable provider's headend and is responsible for injecting local weather forecasts into the cable TV network's programming runs FreeBSD.
<link xlink:href="">Verisign</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - Verisign is responsible for operating the .com and .net root domain registries as well as the accompanying DNS infrastructure. They rely on a number of different network operating systems including FreeBSD to ensure there is no common point of failure in their infrastructure.
<link xlink:href="">Voxer</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - Voxer powers their mobile voice messaging platform with ZFS on FreeBSD. Voxer switched from a Solaris derivative to FreeBSD because of its superior documentation, larger and more active community, and more developer friendly environment. In addition to critical features like <acronym>ZFS</acronym> and DTrace, FreeBSD also offers TRIM support for <acronym>ZFS</acronym>.
<primary>Fudo Security</primary>
<link xlink:href="">Fudo Security</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - The FUDO security appliance allows enterprises to monitor, control, record, and audit contractors and administrators who work on their systems. Based on all of the best security features of FreeBSD including ZFS, GELI, Capsicum, HAST, and auditdistd.
FreeBSD has also spawned a number of related open source projects:
<primary>BSD Router</primary>
<link xlink:href="">BSD Router</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - A FreeBSD based replacement for large enterprise routers designed to run on standard PC hardware.
<link xlink:href="">FreeNAS</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - A customized FreeBSD designed to be used as a network file server appliance. Provides a python based web interface to simplify the management of both the UFS and ZFS file systems. Includes support for NFS, SMB/CIFS, AFP, FTP, and iSCSI. Includes an extensible plugin system based on FreeBSD jails.
<link xlink:href="">GhostBSD</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - is derived from FreeBSD, uses the GTK environment to provide a beautiful looks and comfortable experience on the modern BSD platform offering a natural and native <trademark class="registered">UNIX</trademark> work environment.
<link xlink:href="">mfsBSD</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - A toolkit for building a FreeBSD system image that runs entirely from memory.
<link xlink:href="">NAS4Free</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - A file server distribution based on FreeBSD with a PHP powered web interface.
<link xlink:href="">OPNSense</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - OPNsense is an open source, easy-to-use and easy-to-build FreeBSD based firewall and routing platform. OPNsense includes most of the features available in expensive commercial firewalls, and more in many cases. It brings the rich feature set of commercial offerings with the benefits of open and verifiable sources.
<link xlink:href="">TrueOS</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - TrueOS is based on the legendary security and stability of FreeBSD. TrueOS follows FreeBSD-CURRENT, with the latest drivers, security updates, and packages available.
<link xlink:href="">MidnightBSD</link> <_:indexterm-1/> - is a FreeBSD derived operating system developed with desktop users in mind. It includes all the software you'd expect for your daily tasks: mail, web browsing, word processing, gaming, and much more.


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