Re: Internet Firewall FAQ in Dutch
From: ypu mean dutch? (me_at_privacy.net)
Date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 11:17:16 +0100
"William L. Sun" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> That is great. Could you please cc it to firstname.lastname@example.org? Thank you very
no. I'm not willing to send it by email anymore, not even a post in a
Some people ( Jim Watt, winged ) are writing a lot of negative stuff about
your posting in other newsgroups. So, I did some research; joined some other
newsgroups. Yes, the next time I'm offering something I'll do that first.
You are not named on http://www.compuwar.net/pubs/fwfaq/ or
your email address isn't linked to interhack or compuwar, you are not a
There is a norwegian FAQ, but that one isn't post in the newsgroups!! I'm
not willing to translate 42 pages just for your fun. I thought it was
Thanks winged and Jim, you saved me a lot of translation time. I did read a
lot of the FAQ and I think it could be half the lenght as it is today. It
has a lot of Unix stuff in it and not much M$ (= windows) related. I don't
agree with the writings about DMZ or even about the firewall basics. There
must be information in the FAQ about the one way XP firewall ( a terrible
construction and why it's terrible. To much people say "I have a firewall
protecting me"; but have lots of active trojans on there pc because XP isn't
interested in blocking outgoing information. You could stop the M$
phone-home information ;-)).
I miss the today's combination router and firewall; much attacks are
blocked by the router and not by the firewall. The FAQ gives a lot of
information about routers, but not enough ( VPN is missing ; wireless
security is missing)
>> We wrote this FAQ for computer systems developers and administrators (
FAQ 1.2 )
okee, but if there security knowledge is that low they should have end-user
privilages and NO administrator rights (never!).
I think the FAQ was good 10 years ago but not for today's security.