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Firestarter is a personal firewall tool that uses the Netfilter (iptables/ipchains) system built into the Linux kernel. It has the ability to control both inbound and outbound connections. Firestarter provides a graphical interface for configuring firewall rules and settings. It provides real-time monitoring of all network traffic for the system. Firestarter also provides facilities for port forwarding, internet connection sharing and DHCP service.
Firestarter is free and open-source software and uses GUI widgets from GTK+. Note that it uses GTK2 and has not been upgraded to use GTK3 so the last Linux distributions it will run on are Ubuntu 18, Debian 9, etc.

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    On This Day May 11 1984, Firestarter Ignites the Screen

    On this day May 11, 1984, the film "Firestarter" was released, directed by Mark L. Lester and featuring a star-studded cast including Drew Barrymore, David Keith, Heather Locklear, George C. Scott, Louise Fletcher, and Martin Sheen. Made with a budget of $12 million, the film grossed $18 million...