apparmor seems to possibly be capable? but there's kernel nonsense involved and if you're not using systemd you're screwed. this is dumb
i've never really thought about this -- application level firewalls should be a part of the operating system before even installing software. every application should have general or specified network rules(aside from filesystem rules and whatnot). i don't understand how this isn't implemented in linux and it looks as though there's only two applications that can do it (both failed install on arch linux)
totally misaligned by a few pixels. forget about it
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