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Firewall development

what language can I use to build a strong fire wall

7/6/2022 6:26:46 AM

Micheal Alfred

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Why reinvent the wheel. Linux has uncomplicated firewall, an iptables front end, iptables which is amaze in my opinion but very difficult to learn well, a front end for netfilter which is a kernel packet filtering system that is extremely programmable same as iptables. Nowadays iptables is deprecated but many people still use it as do I. Windows has a firewall? Yea right not fooling me. Windows you need zonealarm, hint: dont use windows if you are a programmer or need security. You need a firewall? You dont need to create anything new except a proper ruleset for an existing firewall system. On linux a bash script is sufficient. On windoez it will reset your ruleset whenever it feels like so good luck with that. A firewall is your first line of defence and windbloes fails you. https://www.linode.com/docs/guides/security/firewalls/ Its not your job to create the firewall its the operating systems job to have tools already available for interacting with your operating system network and kernel.

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Jacob Tracey for a guy who claims not to know or do cyber sec you sure are attracted to such dumb questions on the topic. Let the guy program his own firewall then lmao

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This app is cool for that.

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The site is ok,bit it a paid site.

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Works pretty good for free. Arent you using the app? I havent seen the web app in a long time I dont know if its as nice as the android app yet.

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