Basic Guide on IPTables (Linux Firewall) Tips / Commands

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5 Responses

  1. Linux Firewall says:

    A firewall is a system security framework, that controls the incoming and outgoing system traffic. It is very stable, protect our system from malware, system performance speed high.

  2. gts says:

    Please some know how block HTTPS and HTTP sites with iptables please send my email id
    please support me


  3. ramkumar says:


    i have rhce exam within one week .

    pls, guide me…..

  4. Hany says:

    Hi there,

    Subject: check the file integrity (File integrity monitoring for Linux servers)

    I am aware of tools and packages that can do this job for me. But i am more keen on having a cron job and shell script to do that for me and alert me if Intrusion Detected.

    my Linux version is RHEL5.9

    Can you help please?

    Thanks in advance for your help.


  5. linux fresher says:

    Also please include… tips for cracking 333 exam or LDAP or clustering n new stuff thanks a ton! … sent a broadcast mail to all my past frens and office colleagues luv u tecmint….

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