Offline firewall analysis

@article{Mayer2005OfflineFA,
  title={Offline firewall analysis},
  author={Alain J. Mayer and Avishai Wool and Elisha Ziskind},
  journal={International Journal of Information Security},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={125-144}
}
Practically every corporation that is connected to the Internet has at least one firewall, and often many more. However, the protection that these firewalls provide is only as good as the policy they are configured to implement. Therefore, testing, auditing, or reverse-engineering existing firewall configurations are important components of every corporation’s network security practice. Unfortunately, this is easier said than done. Firewall configuration files are written in notoriously hard to… CONTINUE READING
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