dynamic firewall for linux

From: User (user_at_server.net)
Date: 07/11/05

Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 13:55:13 GMT

hi, someones know if exis a dynamic firewall for linux?
i mean, a firewall (or tool) that ask me if an application can come out (or
in) from my pc.
in other words a firewall that act like zone alarm for windows.

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