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iptables rules for desktop computers

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Today I will show you the iptables rules I set on my main personal computer, with detailed comments about why I came to use these rules after several years of Linux desktop usage.

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Created by spambot 4 years 23 weeks ago – Made popular 4 years 23 weeks ago
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iptables with Network Card Aliases

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At some point you may be interested in building a firewall for your dedicated server that you lease from a hosting company. Once you do that you will be faced with trying to work with the assigned IP Addresses to the server. Typically hosting companies will assign a subnet and use aliases for the one Ethernet card that is used on the server.

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iptstate - Top-like state for netfilter/iptables

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iptstate  displays  information  held  in  the IP Tables state table in real-time in a top-like format.  Output can be sorted by any field,  or any field reversed.

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How to Install Graphical Front End for Iptables in Ubuntu /debian Linux : Vuurmuur

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Vuurmuur is graphical front end for famous firewall software iptables. You can make complex firewall rules in simple steps. Vuurmuur supports traffic shaping, has powerful monitoring features, which allow the administrator to look at the logs, connections and bandwidth usage in realtime.

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Understanding Network Address Translation, NAT

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Network Address Translation (NAT) is one of the basic functions of a circuit level gateway. The simple purpose of NAT is to hide the IP addresses of a private network from the outside world.

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Is your firewall IPv6 aware?

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"If, like many people, you've started to experiment with enabling, configuring, and using, IPv6 it might not have crossed your mind to update your firewall. This could lead to surprises if you're unlucky. Read on for a simple overview. The standard userspace firewall tool upon Debian GNU/Linux is iptables.

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The Ultimate SSH Security Tutorial

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SSH is one of the most secure communication methods we have. It’s encrypted, and even the passwords can’t be sniffed. But it’s not invincible. Weak passwords can be brute forced and open ports invite automated bots looking for that open port 22. But there’s a number of ways we can harden our ssh server.

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Created by devnull 6 years 17 weeks ago – Made popular 6 years 17 weeks ago
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iptables as a replacement for commercial enterprise firewalls

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With IT budgets getting tighter, managers need to trim costs. Service contracts are expensive for any technology; firewalls are no exception. Netfilter, the project that provides the packet filtering program iptables, is a free firewall alternative. While it lacks the service contract of commercial solutions and a pretty interfaces to make firewall modification easy, it has solid performance, performs effectively at firewalling, and allows for add-on functionality to enhance its reporting and response functions.

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Blocking specific network applications with iptables

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Many organizations face a productivity problem with employees who abuse chat programs like MSN Messenger. Some IT departments are instructed to block this kind of traffic for users who either abuse or simply don't require the software.

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Created by extra 6 years 42 weeks ago – Made popular 6 years 42 weeks ago
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