IPKungFu is an iptables-based Linux firewall. It aims to simplify the configuration of Internet connection sharing, port forwarding, and packet filtering.
|Tags||Security Networking Firewalls|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
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Release Notes: This release adds rules caching to save a lot of startup time and changes to how open ports are specified.
Release Notes: This release fixes a cosmetic bug discovered just after the release of 0.5.1.
Release Notes: This release contains a huge number of new features small and large, bugfixes, optimizations, and other improvements. Most notably, the main configuration parameters are now auto-detected or guessed, and it should work out of the box for most people with no configuration necessary.
Release Notes: Many new features have been added, most notably support for public IP addresses on the internal LAN and granular control of the FORWARD chain. Portscan detection is much more reliable, especially with the ipt_psd patch.