What firewall do you use?

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krrypton
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Post by krrypton »

iptables on SuSE 9.2

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My firewall is called Slackware 9.1 Best solution from my point of view.
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that's for Linux if I'm not mistaken...
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yes u r mistakin'
it's not FOR linux, it IS a linux distro!
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lemuel
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Post by lemuel »

well, that's still for Linux OS.. i don't think if it will run on Windows. :o
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Mitko
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Post by Mitko »

lemuel wrote:well, that's still for Linux OS.. i don't think if it will run on Windows. :o


ROFL.

lemuel, Slackware 9.1 is OS - It is Linux OS ! :lol:


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lemuel
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Post by lemuel »

well sorry I never read about that thing... thanks for the correction.

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Post by DrZito`77 »

..I used in the past Conseal PC firewall, then I tested Zone Alarm Pro and it was good too. now I`m using MCFee Firewall, and for me its good bec no needs a lot of configration (the disgusting rules.frw) and do not disturbs a lot as Conseal. but conseal, for my opinion is the most secure, and better win firewall.
what about a linux network router-proxy-firewall?. whell I should recomend Mandrake Single Network Firewall.
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Post by Spidel »

I'm using Black Ice Pc Protection :) its a cool firewall :P i like it
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Post by Wolfyx »

I still say McAfee rules..i found out the city & all the info on the last person that ddosed me
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Jay`Z
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Post by Jay`Z »

Jay`Z wrote:Image Enterprise Linux Advanced Server 3.0 as dedicated firewall but I have sygate installed on my pc just in case ... you can't get to me 8) :P
oh..and I disabled XP's firewall I don't like it :(


Just upgraded to Image RHEL AS 4 Image
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Irku
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Post by Irku »

You should all try TCPView (great windowS tool)

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vEnNoms
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Post by vEnNoms »

I never used a firewall :glasses:
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Jay`Z
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Post by Jay`Z »

I guess that's a smart thing to do :)
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Post by Chiklis »

Fecore Core 3 firewall do the job here.
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Spiritfall
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Post by Spiritfall »

i use kaspersky anti-virus personal .. for slow pc`s.. it`s the best ;)
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Mitko
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Post by Mitko »

Does "Kaspersky Personal AV" include a firewall ?
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Jay`Z
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Post by Jay`Z »

Nope, I think Kaspersky Anti-Hacker does that...but I might be wrong, better check the kaspersky website :)
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