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Category: System Security Management » Firewall

AlgoSec Firewall Analyzer
Added 2006-01-08
by Yoss Dvir
Overview The manual audit of a firewall policy is a very subjective and laborious process which is dependent on the user’s skill set and experience. The AlgoSec Firewall Analyzer (FA) automatically and non-intrusively analyzes a firewall’s policy. Within a matter of minutes, it identifies rules that cause security holes and offers detailed guidance about how to close them. FA flags rule errors that would otherwise go unnoticed and exposes risks hidden deep within the corporate firewall policy. The vulnerabilities that FA reveals allow you to make sure that there are no "hidden" or unknown risks embedded in the corporate firewall policy. FA offers peace of mind to IS managers regarding their firewall policy.

XPFiremon
Added 2005-12-06
by Inferno
XPFiremon is a system tray monitoring application for the builtin Windows XP Firewall. It will monitor the settings and services and alert if they are stopped or disabled. Windows should also alert you if the firewall is disabled but depending on the circumstances it appears slow to do so. It's also comforting to many users to see something saying that their protection is active and not just inactive. XPFiremon also provides an easy right click interface for managing the firewall(stopping, starting, or configuring).

Firestarter
Added 2005-01-17
by Tomas Junnonen
Firestarter is graphical firewall tool for Linux. The program aims to combine ease of use with powerful features, serving both desktop users and administrators.

BullDog Firewall
Added 2004-10-27
by Robert APM Darin
Bulldog is a powerful but lightweight firewall for heavy use systems. With many features, this firewall can be used by anyone who wants to protect his/her systems. This system allow dynamic and static rules sets for maximum protection and has several advance features. This firewall will work for the hobbyist or a military base. Generation 7 is a complete rewrite and redesign from scratch. Be prepared to spend some time setting this up.

antinat
Added 2004-10-21
by Malcolm Smith
The Antinat SOCKS Server is a multi-threaded, scalable SOCKS server with a client library for writing proxy-based applications. It supports SOCKS 4, SOCKS 5, authentication, firewalling, UDP, and name resolution.

Honeynet Security Console
Added 2004-08-18
by Activeworx, Inc.
Honeynet Security Console is an analysis tool to view events on your personal honeynet. It gives you the power to view events from Snort, TCPDump, Firewall, Syslog and Sebek logs. It also allows you to correlate events from each of these data types to have a full grasp of the attackers' actions.

cenfw
Added 2004-08-16
by Peter Robinson
The Centron IPTables Firewall Gui is an object oriented, database driven, windows interface to linux IPtables firewall rules.

Automatic Firewall
Added 2004-05-11
by Baruch Even
Automatic Firewall configures your firewall by looking at your environment and deciding what is a good fit for your needs. It is intended for the novice broadband user to install and forget about, but still be fairly well protected.

WallFire wfconvert
Added 2004-05-11
by Hervé Eychenne
The goal of the WallFire project is to create a very general and modular firewalling application based on Netfilter or any kind of low-level framework. Wfconvert is a tool which imports/translates rules from/to any supported firewalling language.

Socks via HTTP
Added 2004-04-27
by Florent Cueto
Socks via HTTP is a program to tunnel socks via HTTP. It is entirely written in Java.

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