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KMyFirewall attempts to make it easier to setup IPTables based firewalls on Linux systems. KMyFirewall will be the right tool if y
KMyFirewall attempts to make it easier to setup IPTables based firewalls on Linux systems.
KMyFirewall will be the right tool if you like to have a so called "Personal Firewall" running on your Linux box, but don't have the time and/or the interest to spend hours in front of the IPTables manual just to setup a Firewall that keeps the "bad" people out.
There is also the possibility to save entire rule sets, so you only have to configure your rule set one time and then you can use it on several computers giving each of them a similar configuration (p.e. school networks, office, university etc.). For a complete list of the features have a look at the Features section
Programs can't do any magic so you still will have to know what your firewall should do to setup your rule set. KMyFirewall just tries to help you as much as possible, but you decide what it will do.
What's New in This Release:
Adding some more protocols to the Protocol library
Fix spelling bug in Workstation template
Small code cleanup
Deleted old Parser and Wizrad files
Fix rule index handling
Allow insert of rules.
Fix Rule renamed canceled bug
cleanup interface add parameter to select the config part to show insted of different methods
Add posibilty to export a package containing the scripts needed to install the ruleset on the system
Add commandline parameter to define the GUI interface to startup with
Fix chain log prefix saving bug
Fix multiport ruleoption bug
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