Tiny Trojan Trap Tutorial

Discussion in 'other anti-trojan software' started by Jeremy2, Nov 20, 2004.

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  1. Jeremy2

    Jeremy2 Registered Member

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    Any one can point to a Tiny Trojan Trap (TTT) Tutorial, or ressource.
    Quite hard to configure.
    Thanks
     
  2. LowWaterMark

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    I've never found one. At best there are a few discussions threads in places like DSLR's Security and Tiny/Kerio forums, a couple here and a few others... But there just isn't much of anything that's ever been written about it.

    This is a thread with some of my thoughts regarding TTT. I never wrote more because there weren't any more questions asked and the product was replaced with the application firewall modules in the newer TPF versions. Personally, I still run TTT 3.0.5 on my main desktop system though.

    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=11871
     
  3. Hi, I think it could be good if your write the way you configure TTT , because there are many user of TPF and it will help them to use it.
    thanks
     
  4. Jeremy2

    Jeremy2 Registered Member

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    LowWaterMark, the link you provided, has a very good tutorial written by yourself. Very good job.

    What about moving to Tiny Firewall 6, it's supposed to include the TTT features, and also a firewall?, is it a good idea?
     
  5. westernfront

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    I just wish TTT was still available because I already have a firewall and would just like to use TTT without TPF. But I suppose we have SSM to use, but still TTT is a more advanced program than SSM and more useful. Does anyone know a site where it could still be acquired?
     
  6. madirish

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    You can install Tiny without installing the firewall/ids.When you install Tiny you have a choice of what you can install.I'm using Tiny Firewll Pro 6.0.140.I did run Kerio 2.1.5 and Tiny (Sandbox) for awhile with no problems.
     
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