IP Connection Cutter

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    AtroposX
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    I was wondering if Cutter could be implemented? Can forcibly drop a connection that is going through the firewall.

    I deal with a lot of customers that have sessions open to a server, but the server is limited to a certain amount of sessions. A customer may be logged into the server, but leave for lunch, and lock their computer. Short of rebooting their workstation or disconnecting the ethernet cable, no one else will be able to log into the server. All sessions are still occupied.

    By being to use Cutter, you’d be able to forcibly disconnect the session from the firewall. It’d be fantasic. Many many other users for it as well. Spammers, viruses, p2p, etc.

    http://www.digitage.co.uk/digitage/software/linux-security/cutter/

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