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    Well, I don't know any tutorials exactly (only...

    Well, I don't know any tutorials exactly (only books) but I can try to explain it as simple as possible. The thing with the big O notation is that it measures how the running time increases (or...
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    Yes of course; And I've done so. But I couldn't...

    Yes of course; And I've done so. But I couldn't really find anything that gave me the info I wanted.
    It's hard to prove that anything is secure at all; so I check here if someone has any knowledge...
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    One interesting thing is to measure how "wide"...

    One interesting thing is to measure how "wide" the internet is; the maximum numbers of hops needed to reach the two points most apart. Of course this cannot be done exactly but I think it was...
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    Thanks, but I'm not really after the exact...

    Thanks, but I'm not really after the exact configuration of iptables here (even though it's good to know), more the answer to; if it is possible. I'm not sure that the computer will be undetectable...
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    Blocking OUTPUT in iptables

    Hello
    The thread about beeing undetected in a LAN got me thinking. To cut to the chase; does not ARP requests and eventual broadcasts and such the kernel might do (intending linux here) go through...
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    I'm not really an expert on what would be the...

    I'm not really an expert on what would be the optimal firewall solution, but I can tell you my experience.
    I have a quite similar computer as the one you want to install (P3, 128MB RAM, 8GB H/D)...
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