Re: 'Generic' Firewall Rulesets?
Troy Telford <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I'm more interested in learning how to create a good firewall than
> simply having one. (So I can make one from scratch should I ever have a
> specific need).
Instead of using scripts you don't understand (which leads to a false
impression of `security'), you might as well learn more about TCP/IP and
building firewalls. As always, O'Reilly offers `Just The Book' (TM):
`Building Internet Firewalls' by Chapman/Zwicky. Good stuff.
I don't want to go back to using Windows. It may be pretty. And easy.
But it has no depth or soul. It's like the one-night stand of operating
systems. You feel cheap after using it. (c) www.userfriendly.org