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How to install and configure a graphical firewall client on Comice OS 4

How to install and configure a graphical firewall client on Comice OS 4

Protecting your computer from network and physical attacks should be at the very top of your computing to-do list. And if you are new to Pear Linux Comice OS 4, a Linux distribution derived from Ubuntu Desktop, the network security aspect has been made a little bit easier for you. And that is because on a new installation of Comice […]

March 27, 2012 · 4 comments · Pear OS, Tutorials/Tips
How to install and configure Gufw on Linux Deepin 11.12.1

How to install and configure Gufw on Linux Deepin 11.12.1

Linux Deepin is a desktop distribution based on Ubuntu Desktop that was recently added and reviewed on this website. (See Linux Deepin 11.12.1 review.) It uses a heavily modified GNOME 3 desktop, and though it is based on Ubuntu, a new installation of Linux Deepin 11.12.1 does not have any of the network security applications that you find on Ubuntu […]

March 7, 2012 · 3 comments · Deepin, Tutorials/Tips

Endian Firewall Community 2.5.1 released

Endian Firewall Community is a free edition of Endian Firewall, a security-focused Linux distribution developed by Endian S.r.l., a Linux solutions provider based in Bolzano Italy. Endian Firewall Community is designed for small, non-profit organizations and SOHO (Small-/Home-Office) deployments. The latest version, Endian Firewall Community 2.5.1, released today, comes with several feature enhancements, including support for most modern UMTS/3G USB […]

Why your computer needs a firewall enabled

Why is it even necessary to convince anybody that they need a firewall enabled on their Internet-facing computer – desktop or server? You would think that the role of a firewall should be obvious to any computer user. However, some of the comments that I have come across on this subject tell me that is not necessarily true. Take for […]

November 21, 2011 · 35 comments · Tutorials/Tips
3 graphical clients for managing the Uncomplicated FireWall

3 graphical clients for managing the Uncomplicated FireWall

ufw, the Uncomplicated FireWall, is Ubuntu’s user-friendly, command line frontend to IPTables, the command line utility for managing Netfilter, the firewall application built into the Linux kernel. It is installed not just on Ubuntu, but also on all Ubuntu-based distributions. As simple to use as ufw is, a graphical interface is even better, especially for new users. This article, presents […]

July 22, 2011 · 9 comments · Tutorials/Tips
How to install and configure a graphical firewall client in Ubuntu 10.10

How to install and configure a graphical firewall client in Ubuntu 10.10

Like all Linux distributions, Ubuntu 10.10, aka, Maverick Meerkat, the latest version of the popular Linux distribution, ships with a firewall installed. The firewall is actually embedded in the kernel. In Ubuntu, the firewall’s original command line interface has been replaced by ufw, a more user-friendly command line script. Ufw, the Uncomplicated FireWall, has a graphical interface that is also […]

October 18, 2010 · 4 comments · Tutorials/Tips, Ubuntu