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Kuro5hin: Securing the border, part 4

Mar 21, 2000, 16:28 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Inoshiro)

"This article covers setting up BIND v8 with proper ACLs, some POP3/IMAP solutions, and has an example "feature-complete" rc.firewall script."

"BIND v8 adds important security functionality over BIND v4 (although it is arguably more "feature ridden" compared to the older code) in the form of ACLs. ACL stands for Access Control List, and is a mechanism for implementation fairly atomic control over your rules. (Note: I will not discuss setting up a BIND server in the basic sense, as it is covered better elsewhere.)"

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