(This concerns linux how?)
For a windows firewall, I've always used Kerio Personal Firewall. It
recently became nonfree, but I compensated by uninstalling it and not
being an idiot instead. (Note: It's still a good idea to have a
firewall to detect spyware, phone-home products, and general stuff,
and it's pretty essential for 'novice users'.)
On Fri, 25 Feb 2005 10:30:12 +0000, James McCarthy
<mccarthyjames at gmail.com> wrote:
> i need a firewall for about 10 laptops(for when they're off site),with
> a central server to control the client firewall configurations.
> Ive looked at symantec & net op but I'm not sure, any recommendations?
> (running win2000 & XP)
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