I am totally confused. In my endeavours to remove Bastille-Firewall, I've looked everywhere on the net and I see that Bastille development ceases in U12, yet I have it installed on my U14 server and it is the default firewall even though I have UFW selected in my ISPConfig panel. How did it get there? I did not install it manually, therefore it either came with the OS install or through ISPConfig. To determine where it came from, I just did a vanilla U14.04.3 install and only added openSSH. Bastille was not installed in the process. This leaves ISPConfig as the possible source. So I've searched through the ISPConfig source code, and can't find any references to an apt-get install command that acutally installs it, and all the references to bastille pertain to managing port settings. I did find bastille-firewall.cfg.master, where a reference exists to a CVS repository but that is only in a comment. I've also checked my backed up dbispconfig data to see it it was loaded through a db record, but found nothing. How did Bastille get onto my system? What binary/source/meta package did it arrive in? I have disabled it using update-rc.d -f bastille-firewall remove but I could still use service bastille-firewall status. So I've moved the references to bastille that are iin init.d out of that folder. However I still have bastille files in a bunch of other places on my system: ./sbin/bastille-netfilter.backup ./sbin/bastille-netfilter ./sbin/bastille-ipchains.backup ./sbin/bastille-ipchains ./etc/Bastille.backup ./etc/Bastille.backup/bastille-firewall.cfg_org ./etc/Bastille ./etc/Bastille/bastille-firewall.cfg_org ./etc/Bastille/bastille-firewall.cfg RevertBastille returns command not found. Manually deleting files with 'bastille' in their name/path is easy, but what other files came with the package? Can anyone help me with this please?