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thanks for all the responses, I'm going to go take a look at a few of them and see which one(s) i like....
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    thanks


    thanks for all the responses, I'm going to go take a look at a few of them and see which one(s) i like.

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    Firestarter is a good firewall, it's basically an iptables frontend so you don't have to worry about incompatibility or anything like that, and the gui frontend to firestarter makes things even easier for people who are yet to learn the power of iptables.
    Check out this site for testing your security, it's very thorough. http://scan.sygatetech.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by drakebasher
    iptables comes with most distros, can be configured to do anything you want and there are dozens of tutorials on the internet. Only problem is, you've got to read every one of them or take a course in computer science and then hope it makes sense. Firestarter may work for you.
    most distros? I thought IPtables was a part of GNU/Linux (implying it comes with all distros). I could be mistaken though.

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