armor2net firewall is it rogue?

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by normishmael, Dec 14, 2008.

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  1. normishmael

    normishmael Guest

    I have noticed an old 2006 thread that really was not conclusive.
    Anyone have a freash oppion on this one?
     
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    1 2 3 Registered Member

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    i was using this some time ago
    i thought it was fantastic, so simple to use,everything was crystal clear
    but then i tested it at the 'shields up' site, and it failed, so i dumped it
    rogue or not, i don't know, but i think that it doesn't do it's job (if that firewall test is reliable)
     
  3. normishmael

    normishmael Guest

    1 2 3
    Yeah,there are some problems. Rogue Remover alerts to a number of registry entries as belonging to a known rogue,and WOT (web of trust) Firefox addon, list's the home page a "red" or bad,along with about half the sites that offer it for download.
    When it was instaled did you have any malware problems?
     
  4. StevieE9

    StevieE9 Registered Member

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    Who would go with a FW that hasn't been developed in over 4 yearso_O
     
  5. normishmael

    normishmael Guest

    I dont know,this was a person on AvastForums who had removed armor2net firewall,and replaced it with on-line armor,and was having problems.

    If I was going to guess what sort of person would use a firewall
    four years out of production,I would say the same sort that still uses Kerio 2.1.5.
     
  6. Pseudo

    Pseudo Registered Member

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    A lot of people use old firewalls. Old ZoneAlarm, Sygate, Kerio, CHX-I, and others.
     
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