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Build Powerful Linux Firewalls with Firewall Builder

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Fwbuilder is a unique graphical firewall tool that allows the user to create objects and then drag and drop those objects into firewalls, to build a powerful security system for a single PC or a network of PCs. Fwbuilder supports a wide range of firewalls (Cisco ASA/PIX, Linux iptables, FreeBSD's ipfilter, OpenBSD's pf, and more), so its rules can be deployed on multiple platforms.

2011 tech priorities: Moving to a next-generation firewall

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What should enterprises expect if they want to make the transition from a traditional firewall to a next-generation firewall? It starts with a decidedly different way of thinking about security goals associated with a firewall, especially in terms of establishing application-aware controls over employees as they access the Internet, the Web and social networking sites. (See Unbatten the hatches.)

Review: Firewall operations management

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Anyone running multiple firewalls in a complex, enterprise environment knows how difficult it can be to catch misconfigurations, avoid conflicting rules, identify vulnerabilities and meet auditing and compliance mandates.

Talking with a Forbes blogger about firewalls

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This is the second of two parts of an interview with Daniel Kennedy, MSIA, who graduated from the Master of Science in Information Assurance program in the School of Graduate Studies of Norwich University in 2008. He has recently become a contributor to an interesting, thoughtful and valuable blog at Forbes Online and I interviewed him recently about his new project.

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