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imiPhoneWall | Android Phone FireWall , it could help | Firewall library

 by   imiyoo2010 Java Version: Current License: No License

 by   imiyoo2010 Java Version: Current License: No License

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imiPhoneWall is a Java library typically used in Security, Firewall applications. imiPhoneWall has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has low support. However imiPhoneWall build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub.
Android Phone FireWall , it could help you to filter the boring Message and unknow Call.
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  • imiPhoneWall has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 13 star(s) with 18 fork(s). There are 7 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • imiPhoneWall has no issues reported. There are no pull requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of imiPhoneWall is current.
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  • imiPhoneWall has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • imiPhoneWall code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
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  • Escapes the left square bracket .
    • Create input connection .
      • Get the applications for the device .
        • Handle a dpad .
          • Key down .
            • Draw text .
              • Reads data from the buffer .
                • Read a file .
                  • Get the element at index
                    • Draw text .

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                      imiPhoneWall Key Features

                      Android Phone FireWall , it could help you to filter the boring Message and unknow Call.

                      Community Discussions

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                      QUESTION

                      Ansible Update multiple firewall rules on Vyos

                      Asked 2022-Apr-11 at 02:35

                      I've been trying to create a playbook that I can run periodically to go through all my Vyos firewall rules and ensure the "log enabled" command is present, just in case someone forgets to add logging to a firewall rule. I've found the vyos.vyos.vyos_firewall_rules module which I think will be perfect for what I need to do.

                      The only problem is, is that this module requires you input the rule set name and rule number of each firewall rule that you want to update. However in my case, I want this to be done automatically and Ansible to go through each firewall rule set and associated rules that are present, and ensure logging is enabled on each rule. Something like this is what I need:

                      - name: Enable logging for each firewall rule
                        vyos.vyos.vyos_firewall_rules:
                          config:
                          - afi: ipv4
                            rule_sets:
                            - name: *all rules sets*
                              rules:
                              - number: *all numbers*
                                log: enabled
                      

                      I've used vyos.vyos.vyos_firewall_rules to gather a dump of all rule sets and associated rules and have filtered this down to list each rule set name along with each associated rule number :

                          - name: Get rulesets
                            vyos.vyos.vyos_firewall_rules:
                              config:
                              state: gathered
                            register: output
                      
                          - name: Filter output and populate the list of rule set names
                            debug:
                              msg: "Rule set name: {{ item.0.name }}, rule number: {{ item.1.number }}"
                            loop: "{{ output.gathered[0]['rule_sets'] | subelements('rules') }}"
                      

                      This produces output like this:

                      "Rule set name: ruleset-1, rule number: 1"
                      "Rule set name: ruleset-1, rule number: 2"
                      "Rule set name: ruleset-1, rule number: 15"
                      "Rule set name: ruleset-1, rule number: 20"
                      "Rule set name: ruleset-2, rule number: 1"
                      "Rule set name: ruleset-2, rule number: 2"
                      

                      I'm a bit stuck on where to go from here. I feel like I need the info filtered into a nested list like I have below, and then somehow loop the vyos.vyos.vyos_firewall_rules module to update each rule set name and rule number.

                      firewall_rules:
                         ruleset-1:
                           1
                           2
                           15
                           20
                         ruleset-2
                           1
                           2
                      

                      I haven't been able to figure out how to create a nested list, or if I even need one in the first place.

                      I'm relatively new to Ansible so if anyone could point me in the right direction I would appreciate it.

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2022-Apr-11 at 02:35

                      You can create the dictionary first

                          - set_fact:
                              firewall_rules: "{{ dict(rsets|zip(rules)) }}"
                            vars:
                              rsets: "{{ output.gathered.0.rule_sets|
                                         map(attribute='name')|list }}"
                              rules: "{{ output.gathered.0.rule_sets|
                                         map(attribute='rules')|
                                         map('map', attribute='number')|list }}"
                      

                      gives

                        firewall_rules:
                          ruleset-1:
                          - 1
                          - 2
                          - 15
                          - 20
                          ruleset-2:
                          - 1
                          - 2
                      

                      Then use Jinja to create the structure, e.g.

                          - debug:
                              var: _config|from_yaml
                            vars:
                              _config: |-
                                - afi: ipv4
                                  rule_sets:
                                {% for set, rules in firewall_rules.items() %}
                                    - name: {{ set }}
                                      rules:
                                {% for rule in rules %}
                                        - number: {{ rule }}
                                {% endfor %}
                                {% endfor %}
                      

                      gives

                        _config|from_yaml:
                        - afi: ipv4
                          rule_sets:
                          - name: ruleset-1
                            rules:
                            - number: 1
                            - number: 2
                            - number: 15
                            - number: 20
                          - name: ruleset-2
                            rules:
                            - number: 1
                            - number: 2
                      

                      Fit the structure to your needs and use it in the module, e.g.

                      - vyos.vyos.vyos_firewall_rules:
                          config: "{{ _config|from_yaml }}"
                        vars:
                          _config: |-
                          ...
                      

                      Q: "Output of {{ _config|from_yaml }} is not preserving the hyphens."

                      A: The format you see depends on the callback plugin. If you want to see YAML set DEFAULT_STDOUT_CALLBACK to yaml

                      shell> ANSIBLE_STDOUT_CALLBACK=yaml ansible-playbook test-753.yml
                      

                      or copy the content to a file

                          - copy:
                              dest: test-753-out.yml
                              content: |
                                {{ _config }}
                            vars:
                              _config: |-
                                - afi: ipv4
                                  rule_sets:
                                {% for set, rules in firewall_rules.items() %}
                                    - name: {{ set }}
                                      rules:
                                {% for rule in rules %}
                                        - number: {{ rule }}
                                {% endfor %}
                                {% endfor %}
                      

                      gives

                      shell> cat test-753-out.yml
                      - afi: ipv4
                        rule_sets:
                          - name: ruleset-1
                            rules:
                              - number: 1
                              - number: 2
                              - number: 15
                              - number: 20
                          - name: ruleset-2
                            rules:
                              - number: 1
                              - number: 2
                      

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71815002

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                      Vulnerabilities

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                      Install imiPhoneWall

                      You can download it from GitHub.
                      You can use imiPhoneWall like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the imiPhoneWall component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .

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                      For any new features, suggestions and bugs create an issue on GitHub. If you have any questions check and ask questions on community page Stack Overflow .

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