a suggest (hi to everybody)

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by zeppelin, Nov 23, 2005.

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  1. zeppelin

    zeppelin Guest

    Hi to everybody.
    I had discovered this forum a few weeks ago.
    I am not expert with personal computer but I am very interested in security.
    Reading your posts I have discovered a lot of interesting things and maybe I am not still newbie in security.
    I am using Sygate Personal Firewall since 2 years (and it’s ok) but I am looking for something new. Why? I am only looking around, but… (I don’t like Symantec!!!).
    I am looking for a firewall that have:

    - simple to use
    - low resources
    - a good protection

    What do you think about these one and which one can you suggest me?

    - NETVDA SAFETY.NET (free)
    - COMODO PERSONAL FIREWALL (free)
    - FILSECLAB PERSONAL FIREWALL (free)
    - R-FIREWALL (free)
    - SOFPERFECT PERSONAL FIREWALL (free)
    - SENSIVE GUARD (free)
    - BLACKICE PC PROTECTION
    - THE SHIELD FIREWALL
    - PRISMA FIREWALL
    - SECUREUP PERSONAL FIREWALL

    Thank you in advanced for the attention and for helping me.
    zeppelin

    ps: sorry for my bad english but I live where pizza was born
     
  2. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Hi,
    You live in China?
    I haven't tried too many of those. I would suggest you stay with Sygate. It's a solid firewall, with very good rules. The newest version, regardless of the purchasing by Symantec, will probably last you a good long time.
    Not much of a help, I guess, but still . . .
    Mrk
     
  3. zeppelin

    zeppelin Guest

    China?
    Noooooo
    I live in Italy!

    Thank you for help me
     
  4. rdsu

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    Me too... :D

     
  5. Arup

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    Add the free Zone Alarm or Pro and Filseclab to your list.

    Ciao.
     
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    Kerio personel..
     
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  8. zeppelin

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    Thank you for the suggest. I had seen JETICO, but it's too difficult with all that rules

    zeppelin
     
  9. zeppelin

    zeppelin Guest

    Great great great help. Thanks to everybody

    JETICO is a great fw, but maybe it's too difficult for me with all that rules.

    Sorry that COMODO is not so good (any other opinion about this firewall?); the GUI it's fantastic (but i don't choose a fw for that!)

    My choose it will be between:
    NETVEDA
    COMODO
    FILSECLAB
    R-FIREWALL (no one have something to say about this fw)
    THE SHIELD FIREWALL (no one have something to say about this fw)


    Hey VaMPiRiC_CRoW, i am cooking a pizza for you!!! Maybe we can meet in France
     
  10. rdsu

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    :D :D
     
  11. lookcity

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    I know pizza didn't born in China, because I lived in China and have not eaten a pizza.:oops:
    I think Look 'n' stop maybe a good choice.
     
  12. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Hi,
    Spaghetti also come from China. And so does Domino.
    Have you eaten / played them?
    Mrk
     
  13. lookcity

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    spaghetti??I have eat long slender strings just like spaghetti.I didn't know exactly whether this is correct to call it as spaghetti.:rolleyes:

    Is there somebody know what dose the "Look 'n' stop" mean ?I used LNS for months but didn't know exactly it's meaning.o_O
     
  14. zeppelin

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    a suggest (lets start to try)

    My choose it will be between:
    NETVEDA
    COMODO
    FILSECLAB
    R-FIREWALL
    THE SHIELD FIREWALL

    What can I use to test these firewalls? And how to do that?

    Thanks a lot to everybody!
    zeppelin

    ps:
    R-FIREWALL (no one have something to say about this fw)
    THE SHIELD FIREWALL (no one have something to say about this fw)

    pps:
    VaMPiRiC_CRoW--> last call for pizza!!!
     
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    Interesting, but that looks identical to Securepoint Personal Firewall. Take a look here, further down the page:

    http://www.securepoint.cc/products_pcfirewall_en.html

    I suspect they are one and the same, just under a different name perhaps.. Securepoint was pretty nice but had some bugs if I remember right..
     
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    If you are on a fast internet connection and fast pc w high memory RAM use Zone Alarm (free or paid) but it you're in a slow dial up connection better use Filseclab Pro 3 firewall. I am now using Filseclab Pro 3 firewall, it's light on resources and easy to configure, no problem using it. Just add some other protective softwares like ProcessGuard, WinPatrol, Arovax Shield etc..to monitor any registry changes in your pc. :cool:
     
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