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Project details

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Russell Butturini
Latest release
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How it works

FireAway uses a client-server connection. Typically the FireAway server is started on the outside of the firewall, like a system on the internet. The client tool then tries to connect outside (egress) to this server. By using several methods of obfuscation, it will try to deliver traffic to the server listening on the outside.

Usage and audience

FireAway is commonly used for bypassing firewall rules, firewall auditing, network traffic filtering, or penetration testing. Target users for this tool are network administrators, pentesters, and security professionals.


  • Command line interface

Tool review and remarks

The review and analysis of this project resulted in the following remarks for this security tool:


  • + The source code of this software is available


  • - No releases on GitHub available
  • - Unknown project license

Author and Maintainers

FireAway is under development by Russell Butturini.


Supported operating systems

FireAway is known to work on Linux.

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Related tool information


Egress filtering
This term is typically used within networking. It is monitoring and restricting information flows outbound from one network to another. Based on rules, packets are allowed or denied leaving the network segment.


This tool is categorized as a firewall testing tool.