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Old 25th January 2012
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Default most paranoiac pf rule set for OpenBSD desktop

Hi , Daemon Eagles !

what is the safest strategy to follow in pf rule set for an OpenBSD Desktop ?
contenting with basic services only while still being able to use p2p ?

an example to follow is much appreciated .. then I can elaborate on it depending on further needs .

Thank you so much ,
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