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Protecting Your Linux System with FireStarter and Storm Firewall-Using a GUI to Configure a System  24 November 2004 
Source: "Protecting Your Linux System with FireStarter and Storm Firewall-Using a GUI to Configure a System" - Posted by Administrator   
This documentation takes a look at two GUI-based firewalling solutions for Linux: one a commercial offering from Stormix Technologies (Storm Firewall), and the other a free software project that integrates with the GNOME desktop (Firestarter).
 
floppyfw  24 November 2004 
Source: "floppyfw" - Posted by Administrator   
floppyfw is a static router with the firewall-capabilities in Linux.
 
Internet Firewalls and Security  24 November 2004 
Source: "Internet Firewalls and Security" - Posted by Administrator   
This 3Com document describes the basics of firewalls, developing a security policy, testing the configuration when you're done, and much more.
 
IPChains Webmin Module  24 November 2004 
Source: "IPChains Webmin Module" - Posted by Administrator   
This module creates a shell script containing all calls for ipchains. You can modify the chains and the rules in these chains.
 
Nmap  24 November 2004 
Source: "Nmap" - Posted by Administrator   
Nmap is a tool to port scan hosts and networks to discover services which are available. This should always be the last step in installing a firewall -- to make sure you are actually allowing the services you think you are allowing, and no more.
 
COAST Firewall Resources  24 November 2004 
Source: "COAST Firewall Resources" - Posted by Administrator   
Here's a great set of links on firewall software, books, whitepapers, and research to use as a starting point.
 
Delegate  24 November 2004 
Source: "Delegate" - Posted by Administrator   
Multi-purpose application level gateway, or a proxy server which runs on multiple platforms (Unix, Windows and OS/2). DeleGate mediates communication of various protocols (HTTP, FTP, NNTP, POP, Telnet, etc.), applying cache and conversion for mediate
 
How to Set Up a Linux-Based Firewall for a SOHO  23 November 2004 
Source: "How to Set Up a Linux-Based Firewall for a SOHO" - Posted by Administrator   
This documentation will discuss how SOHO firewalls are not safe and it will also discuss packet-filtering firewalls and policy-based routing.
 
A Comparison of iptables Automation Tools  23 November 2004 
Source: "A Comparison of iptables Automation Tools" - Posted by Administrator   
This documentation will offer a brief overview of the means of configuring iptables and will offer a brief review of some tools that have been developed to automate the configuration of iptables. This discussion will look at IP firewalling code in Li
 
Dynamic iptables firewalls  23 November 2004 
Source: "Dynamic iptables firewalls" - Posted by Administrator   
In this documentation, you will learn how to make rapid, complex changes to your firewall rules dynamic firewall scripts. You can use these scripts to increase your network security and responsiveness, and to inspire your own creative designs.
 
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