Securing Linux: methodology, firewalls, daemons, root audit

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Securing Linux: methodology, firewalls, daemons, root audit

Postby weazy » Sat May 31, 2003 2:47 pm

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Re: Securing Linux: methodology, firewalls, daemons, root au

Postby Alisa » Sat Jan 26, 2013 4:44 am

I want share some best firewalls for protection of your computer.
1) Check Point Software technologies FireWall-1.
2) AXENT Technologies Raptor Firewall.
3) CyberGuard Corp. CyberGuard Firewall Release 4.0.
4) Secure Computing Corp. SecureZone.
5) Cisco Systems Cisco PIX Firewall 520.
6) NetScreen Technologies NetScreen-100.
7) NetGuard Guardian 3.0 Firewall for Windows NT.
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Re: Securing Linux: methodology, firewalls, daemons, root au

Postby Cool_Fire » Tue Jan 29, 2013 5:41 am

Some notes about these:
Check Point Software technologies FireWall-1.
Hardware firewall. They no longer make their own software firewall since they bought ZoneAlarm.
AXENT Technologies Raptor Firewall.
Hardware firewall. Bought up by Symantec.
CyberGuard Corp. CyberGuard Firewall Release 4.0.
Release 4.0 is from 1998. I don't think they still make this product.
Secure Computing Corp. SecureZone.
Bought up by McAffee and discontinued to be stripped and integrated into their existing products.
Cisco Systems Cisco PIX Firewall 520.
Hardware firewall. This specific model hasn't been made anymore since 2001.
NetScreen Technologies NetScreen-100.
Hardware Firewall. Bought up by Juniper but you can still buy them.
NetGuard Guardian 3.0 Firewall for Windows NT.
This release is also from 1998. The company that made it doesn't even exist anymore.


In short, I would suggest you check your sources and see if the list you're copy/pasting might not require some updates.
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