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    If you REALLY want to learn Linux, and have a...

    If you REALLY want to learn Linux, and have a highspeed connection, you should consider, http://www.gentoo.org/

    best distro I've ever used, I've used RH, slackware, Mandrake, Debian, knoppix,...
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    As a follow-up, guard-dog is a very good GUI...

    As a follow-up, guard-dog is a very good GUI frontend to iptables for newbies to the whole ipchains, etc.
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    The first thing you want to do is use the...

    The first thing you want to do is use the built-in firewall capabilities of the kernel. That will keep all the bad stuff out, unless you want to use it as a server of some sorts, then you could let...
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    Mozilla blocks pop-ups. Outpost personal...

    Mozilla blocks pop-ups. Outpost personal firewall automatically blocks ads from ad-servers. Just use these 2 which also happen to be a great browser and a great firewall!
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    Try using one hardware FW, like a Cable/DSL...

    Try using one hardware FW, like a Cable/DSL router/firewall/switch gateway for inbound hardness, th en try Outpost as a PC software firewall for 2nd layer of inbound AND outbound virus/trojan...
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    Mozilla!

    Use Mozilla, it not only has a built-in pop-up blocker that actually works without breaking stuff, but also has an ad-blocker built in, and is faster than IE! Try it.
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