Interview with Heiko Zuerker, author of Devil-Linux

Monday, 22 April 2002, 12:46 PM EST

Devil-Linux is a Linux distribution used for Firewalls / Routers. Devil-Linux resides on a CD-ROM with the system configuration located in a floppy disk. It's a very effective shield against external reconfiguration.

It may sound nothing new if compared to many similar projects but Devil Linux is modular and it is easy to add new features. Versions with Samba or with Snort are available.

PortaZero's Gabrile D'Angelo interviewed Heiko Zuerker and asked him some questions regarding the Devil-Linux backstage.

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