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pmfirewall-1.1.4.tar.gz
Posted Mar 28, 2000
Authored by Rick Johnson | Site pointman.org

PMFirewall is an Ipchains Firewall and Masquerading Configuration Utility for Linux. It is designed to allow a beginner to build a custom firewall with little or no ipchains experience. This firewall should work for most Workstations, Servers, and Dual NIC routers using either a dialup or LAN setup. It is restrictive to outside attacks while still being as transparent as possible to those inside.

Changes: The ability to specify IP ranges for ports, rules file loading reorganizations, generated rules are added to rules.local instead of rules.2, a man page, chkconfig commands for RedHat-based systems, the ability to turn off IP autodetection and specify your own IP.
tags | tool, firewall
systems | linux
MD5 | 33ec706931e9826fe6eba5274a3bfb66
pmfirewall-1.1.3.tar.gz
Posted Dec 1, 1999
Authored by Rick Johnson | Site pointman.org

PMFirewall is an Ipchains Firewall and Masquerading Configuration Utility for Linux. It is designed to allow a beginner to build a custom firewall with little or no ipchains experience. This firewall should work for most Workstations, Servers, and Dual NIC routers using either a dialup or LAN setup. It is restrictive to outside attacks while still being as transparent as possible to those inside.

Changes: A fix for a problem with pmfirewall starting before pcmcia ethernet cards were activated, causing the firewall not to activate, use of a reject flag instead of denal of IDENTD requests to fix timeouts problems for services that require an AUTH response, DHCP fixed for cable modem users, much more.
tags | tool, firewall
systems | linux
MD5 | 4f9ab9b2a98aeb544f46ee79c0e59bcd
pmfirewall-1.1.2.tar.gz
Posted Nov 10, 1999
Authored by Rick Johnson | Site pointman.org

PMFirewall is an Ipchains Firewall and Masquerading Configuration Utility for Linux. It is designed to allow a beginner to build a custom firewall with little or no ipchains experience. This firewall should work for most Workstations, Servers, and Dual NIC routers using either a dialup or LAN setup. It is restrictive to outside attacks while still being as transparent as possible to those inside.

Changes: Support for most popular distributions of Linux, a new display of detected interface and network information on firewall start, and code-cleanups and error checking.
tags | tool, firewall
systems | linux
MD5 | ba405fc9d6a0c443a29e47a884526673
pmfirewall-1.1.1.tar.gz
Posted Nov 2, 1999
Authored by Rick Johnson

PMFirewall is an Ipchains Firewall and Masquerading Configuration Utility for Linux. It is designed to allow a beginner to to build a custom firewall with little or no ipchains experience. This firewall should work for most Workstations, Servers, and Dual NIC routers using either a dialup or LAN setup. It is restrictive to outside attacks while still being as transparent as possible to those inside. Currently only Redhat 6.x and Mandrake 6.x are supported, but support for other distributions is being developed.

Changes: A bug was fixed which caused masquerading to be installed even if you chose not to enable it; plus a few small cosmetic fixes.
tags | tool, firewall
systems | linux, redhat, mandrake
MD5 | 6d8deef83141981ee4ebcdbbc6bb4d59
pmfirewall-1.1.tar.gz
Posted Nov 1, 1999
Authored by Rick Johnson

PMFirewall is an Ipchains Firewall and Masquerading Configuration Utility for Linux. It is designed to allow a beginner to to build a custom firewall with little or no ipchains experience. This firewall should work for most Workstations, Servers, and Dual NIC routers using either a dialup or LAN setup. It is restrictive to outside attacks while still being as transparent as possible to those inside. Currently only Redhat 6.x and Mandrake 6.x are supported, but support for other distributions is being developed.

tags | tool, firewall
systems | linux, redhat, mandrake
MD5 | d478a7402ad658929026b1ff2a9b878b
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