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    Mac OS X

    As of Mac OS X v*0.5.*, Apple has included an application firewall as part of the OS. This level of protection is enabled by default and runs on top of the standard ipfw port-level firewall that has been part of the FreeBSD OS on which Mac OS X is based. While the default ipfw configuration 'out-of-the-box' is minimal, it is user-configurable and affords a two layer protection scheme.
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    Thanks you for sharing
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    Nice sharing

    Thanks for sharing nice information

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    Very informative! Thank you so much for posting.

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    In addition to this information, there is a vpn network I've been using since the last time I came into this forum. (ExpressVPN). very cool and secure. See link https://www.expressvpn.com/vpn-software/vpn-mac

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