First, blotto one light bulb to appease the gods:
That was an entertaining video, but I don’t see what it had to do with IPTables.
I think you linked the wrong video. It was amusing though, watching a spot light get slagged in a microwave oven in always fun.
Wow, wrong video. Well for those of you interested in iptables, keep an eye out for a video on putting a light bulb in a microwave.
Guarddog is your iptables friend.
Shorewall was invented for a very good reason. Or better yet, use BSD and PF
IPTables have kept the internet alive for this long, I would not be so fast to throw them out.
#5: Not all of us have time to learn something new when iptables works just fine
Hell I have cPanel/WHM on my server so I use ConfigServer Security and Firewall handles IPTables and much more. You don’t need cPanel/WHM for it but if you have it it integrates nicely into the WHM GUI and makes life ever so much easier. It will do roughly a 115 point security check and tell you what needs doing (and in most cases how to do it) very nice script.
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