Firestarter: 5 minutes to a Linux firewall

Tuesday, 7 May 2002, 10:06 AM EST

This program is called Firestarter, and it is available for use in GNOME and KDE environments. Firestarter provides a clean, powerful interface for quickly creating a firewall and getting it started. Let's begin by looking at how to install Firestarter. Then, we'll explain how you can use it to create a simple or advanced firewall to protect your Linux server.

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