Hi, I am interested in (although not involved in the testing of) Webroot SecureAnywhere. It is likely that I will purchase WSA when it is released. There are strong indications in the posts (see below) that WSA does not interfere (and vice versa) with another firewall. I just wondered how this would work - two applications making rules about what to allow and disallow!? At present I use Outpost firewall pro (mainly for control over outbound connections, and for the Allow Once/Block Once facility). - Does the WSA firewall have the Allow Once/Block Once option? - Is it a different type of product to other firewalls? Thank you. P.S. Although I bought Outpost Firewall Pro recently, I am not wedded to it! Will consider giving it up if the WSA firewall is good enough. Win 7 Home Premium. Added later after the following 2 posts: The Webroot/Prevx Antivirus Beta FAQs: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=301207 has this from question 9 about WSA firewall: Quote: 9. Does the firewall offer protections against different network attacks, e.g. port scan etc or is it just a allow/block thing? Does it have any effect on Windows Firewall? The firewall works alongside, and in addition to, any firewall you currently have installed, including the Windows Firewall. You can limit applications from accessing the network or internet, block individual IP addresses, block specific URLs, individual connections, produce warnings in a granular manner depending on the status of the PC, and much more. End Quote.