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Follow the steps in the <application>Firewall Wizard</application>. After completing all of the steps, the firewall should be configured and running.
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To check that your firewall is working correctly, make use of an online firewall testing service such as <ulink url="http://www.grc.com/">ShieldsUP</ulink>.
For å sjekke om brannmuren virker som den skal, prøv en test på nettet som <ulink url="http://www.grc.com/">ShieldsUP</ulink>.
Translated and reviewed by efikkan on 2009-01-29
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For help and advice on the advanced configuration of <application>Firestarter</application>, see the <ulink url="http://www.fs-security.com/docs.php">Firestarter Online Manual</ulink>.
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More advanced users may wish to use the UFW firewall, which is installed by default. See the <ulink type="help" url="man:ufw">UFW manual</ulink> for more information.
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Avoid Internet nuisances and crime
Unngå nettkriminalitet
Translated by Håvard Berland on 2009-09-29
Reviewed by Kjetil Birkeland Moe on 2009-10-03
Located in keeping-safe/C/keeping-safe.xml:161(title)
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From time to time, you may be sent an email which carries a virus or links to a fraudulent website. This type of email is very common, and it is important to learn how to deal with it, in order to prevent your computer or your personal details from being compromised or misused.
Fra tid til annen vil du kunne bli sendt en e-post som inneholder et virus eller en lenke til en skadelig nettside. Slike e-poster er vanlige og det er viktig å vite hvordan slike meldinger skal behandles, slik at datamaskinen ikke blir utsatt for risiko eller privat informasjon kommer på avveie eller misbrukes.
Translated and reviewed by efikkan on 2010-01-31
Located in keeping-safe/C/keeping-safe.xml:162(para)
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Such messages are often received from total strangers. However, sometimes an email may appear to be from someone you know, when really it is not. This is because it is possible to include a fake sender email address in emails.
Slike e-poster kommer ofte fra en ukjent avsender. Noen ganger kan det imidlertid se ut som om de kommer fra en du kjenner, selv om de egentlig ikke er det. Dette er fordi det er mulig å legge inn en falsk avsender i en e-post.
Translated by Håvard Berland on 2009-09-29
Reviewed by Kjetil Birkeland Moe on 2009-10-03
Located in keeping-safe/C/keeping-safe.xml:163(para)
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Unwanted (unsolicited) mail tends to fall in to one of several categories:
Uønskede e-poster faller gjerne inn i en av flere kategorier:
Translated by Håvard Berland on 2009-09-29
Reviewed by Kjetil Birkeland Moe on 2009-10-03
Located in keeping-safe/C/keeping-safe.xml:164(para)
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Spam (junk) email, where people offer unwanted services and products
Spam- (søppel-) e-post, hvor du får tilbud om uønskede produkter eller tjenester
Translated and reviewed by efikkan on 2010-01-31
Located in keeping-safe/C/keeping-safe.xml:166(para)
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Scam emails, where people pretend to ask for help in exchange for large sums of money
Svindel-e-post, hvor du gjerne blir tilbudt store summer for å hjelpe avsenderen
Translated and reviewed by efikkan on 2010-01-31
Located in keeping-safe/C/keeping-safe.xml:167(para)
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Contributors to this translation: 6675636b796f75, Connor Imes, Håvard Berland, Kent Vegard Evjen, Kjetil Birkeland Moe, Kjetil Birkeland Moe, Marius Andersen, Matthew East, Michael Øgreid, Morten Mytting Wang, Thor K. H., efikkan.