Re: Personal firewall like Zone Alarm: is it exists?
On Sat, 24 Nov 2007 23:43:41 -0800, ant wrote:
I'm looking for a software like Zone Alarm (personal firewall) that
works on Linux. Can you help me?
Which distro are you using? Every distro that I know of has firewall
configuration built in. In Fedora it's under the menu item system/
administration/Firewall and SELinux.
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