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slackfire

SlackFire is an firewall script implemented with iptables. It is completely configurable via a CLI, as all configuration is performed via configuration files. It supports all kinds of packet forwarding, including NAT, NAT with port redirection, and forwarding to machines with routable IP addresses. The configuration files are heavily commented, and messages in the log file are as informative as possible.

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  •  22 Sep 2008 13:11

    Release Notes: This is a rewrite of version 0.45.d adapted for 2.6 kernels. Other minor improvements were made here and there.

    •  13 Jan 2008 14:29

      Release Notes: Another approach to define connection attempts that should be dropped without logging was implemented. This can be useful for routers that run continually. A chain that checks for different TCP scans was extended.

      •  12 Mar 2006 14:24

        Release Notes: A minor change was made in bash syntax when proceeding configuration files. Temporary files are now created using mktemp.

        •  06 Feb 2006 06:59

          Release Notes: More granular control over restricting incoming connections and over logging is provided.

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