Short paragraph on Field-Programmable Port Extender

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Field-Programmable Port Extender is a hardware platform that can stop malicious software, such as viruses and worms before it reaches computers. This hardware platform was developed by John Lockwood, a computer- scientist at Washington University. The FPX can scan each and every byte of data packet transmitted through a network at a rate of 2.4 billion bits per second. It uses the Field Programmable Gate Array Circuits to scan computer viruses and worms quickly. Viruses spread when a computer user downloads unsafe software and exchanges infected computer programmes over a network.


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