A lot of months ago i proposed to port Comodo personal firewall to Linux f.e. Ubuntu
i never noticed a reaction (missed it ?) . I recommended CPFW in the WineHQ
submit administration ( a commision who wil evaluate the porting posibilities.
to Linux Wine (to run Comodo PFW in Linux)
I donot know if i am allowed to do so but i honestly donot see any harm in this private
action. If so let me know i donot want to step in the wrong way.
You have TSL and ZTL; I don’t suppose you have any plans for a regular-user desktop Linux distro, with Comodo’s world-class security, (which would OBVIOUSLY include the FW) do you?
at the moment no.
our dev roadmap is pretty full with lots of cool stuff
So sad… Ah well, I guess you can’t do everything for everyone all the time, now can you…
A version of Comodo Firewall for Linux would be nice, but most (if not all) linux distros come with a built in firewall running in the background so unless the Comodo firewall for Linux were to offer a huge advantage there really would be no need for it.
Correct me if I’m wrong, Justin (please, I mean it), but the Linux FW is all through IP Tables (or Chains) configuration, right? Only a handful of graphical user interfaces (FireStarter, GuardDog…), and nothing related to application connectivity, behavior analysis, components, etc. It would more or less equate to the Network Monitor side of CFP, wouldn’t it? Granted there are other security aspects to Linux that Windows lacks ;D but the Linux FW (to me) does not seem to have anything on CFP…