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wiki:firewall [2011/04/19 20:45]
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wiki:firewall [2011/06/16 09:54] (current)
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 ==== Basic Firewall ==== ==== Basic Firewall ====
-To start the basic firewall each time Tiny Core is started, add+To start the basic firewall each time Tinycore is started, add
  
 <code>/usr/local/sbin/basic-firewall</code> <code>/usr/local/sbin/basic-firewall</code>
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 Before connecting to the internet, turn the computer off and restart, so the firewall is running. Before connecting to the internet, turn the computer off and restart, so the firewall is running.
  
-If you have persistent opt, settings will be saved. If you don't have persistent opt, you must Backup when shutting down Tiny Core.+If you have persistent opt, settings will be saved. If you don't have persistent opt, you must Backup when shutting down Tinycore.
  
 This firewall is ideal for most home users. This firewall is ideal for most home users.
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 ==== Don't have anything which hackers could use on your computer ==== ==== Don't have anything which hackers could use on your computer ====
-If you use this firewall in Tiny Core it is extremely unlikely that you will have any security problems.+If you use this firewall in Tinycore it is extremely unlikely that you will have any security problems.
  
 However, hackers, and people writing malware, often look at existing security measures and try to find ways to get around them. However, hackers, and people writing malware, often look at existing security measures and try to find ways to get around them.
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