Re: Cracking attempt
c) i don't know about you, but i wouldn't be inclined to trust the
security of a $100 consumer-grade firewall.
I agree. Use a PC running SE Linux instead. ;)
I would just like to add (to this already long thread but thats what I
like about Debian-ISP) that an OpenBSD firewall in a bridging
configuration makes for a good setup. This saves on IP addresses and
provides added security due to the "stealth" nature of the firewall. One
can also run Snort on it. And I might add the OpenBSD packet filter
syntax is my favourite as far as writing firewall rules go.