Better protection ?

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by chaos16, May 30, 2008.

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  1. chaos16

    chaos16 Registered Member

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    Just wondering Is the firewall in KIS 8.0 (2009) better than Comodo firewall?

    or does Comodo give better protection and a more effective feature like CMF (memory firewall i think)

    wat would give better protection Avast antivirus free & Comodo firewall or KIS 8.0 (2009) in Vista.
     
  2. WSFuser

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    It depends how you define "better protection".

    Comodo, of course, is very good for passing leaktests.

    Personally, I would just choose the combo that slows down your computer the least.
     
  3. greyowl

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    WSFuser,

    In your experience, what antivirus and firewall slows down W2K and XP the least?
     
  4. WSFuser

    WSFuser Registered Member

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    AV - Avira, NOD32, F-prot, Dr.Web

    FW - Windows Firewall, LooknStop, Ghostwall

    You should try them on your computer though because you may have a different experience.
     
  5. greyowl

    greyowl Registered Member

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    Thanks
     
  6. chaos16

    chaos16 Registered Member

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    ok thanks for the info :thumb:
     
  7. Kees1958

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    A nice free set up close to your initial question (in stead of KIS)

    Comodo + TF, see https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=207773

    and Avast

    Try this set up and trial KIS suite, what hassles you the least (with pop-ups) and fits your PC best (CPU power, memory usage) should do the trick. Both are strong security set ups. Opera is a nice fast alternative to IE7/Firefox (Opera can be skinned to look like Firefox and IE7)
     
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