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ComixWall Internet Security Gateway is based on OpenBSD and ports/packages, with a user-friendly Web Administration Interface. Main modules featured are pf, Web Filter, IDS, Anti-Virus, Anti-Spam, SMTP/POP3/HTTP/SOCKS/FTP/IM Proxies, Web/DNS/DHCP Servers.

The purpose of the ComixWall project is to provide an Internet Security Gateway (ISG) that truly deserves its name (another name would be a firewall with UTM features).

ComixWall is developed on OpenBSD and ports/packages, which are licensed under either BSD or GPL. ComixWall is, to my knowledge, the first ISG running on OpenBSD. ComixWall will be freely available for all, any it will have all the advanced features of many commercial and closed-source (some half open source) ISG's.

This is a very serious undertaking, because,

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