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Security: Guidedog and Guarddog

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GUI security tools for helping lock down your box...
Guidedog is a GUI tool that can be used to set up packet routing/forwarding and IP masquerade (NAT) and port forwarding on a Linux host with iptables. Guarddog is a GUI tool designed to help set up a firewall using iptables and is a great tool to use in conjunction with Guidedog. Guidedog and Guarddog were written by Simon Edwards, and both are available under the GNU General Public License.
 read more | score:6409 | -Ray, November 29, 2004
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