Eeye rolls out free PC security solution

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  1. lotuseclat79

    lotuseclat79 Registered Member

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    Re: Eeye folls out free PC security solution

    Email sent. They ask you to fill in a few boxes of info and then send link.

    A 26.7 MB D/L for those Dial-Uppers and Mobile Phone users on-the-fly like me.

    Always up for conducting some severe technical scrutiny on new comm products like this. :shifty:
     
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    Re: Eeye folls out free PC security solution

    Hi, folks: It is always thrilled to receive a news annoucing another free security app w/ exponential prospect rolling out. It looks like a firewall pro, feature-richer than ZA free. However one question remains; some viewers at other forum indicated it is still in beta, and not been disclosed yet by vendor. Is it so or noto_O?
     
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    Hi,

    I gave it a try. I was expecting to edit the rules when I luanched programs which connected to the internet. Unluckily I launced LimeWire in stead of Internet Browser from the quick start. Next the rules came gushing in. For every external IP adress which connects to your shared drive an rule is created.

    I could not find an allow all (inward connection) IP's. Because the rules kept on coming in an endless loop, I decided to shut off my PC.

    On first looks it is more (what they call) an end point sort of network security application/network intrusion prevention application. Do not get confused, the same company has an application called end point also for the professional market.

    For someone who wants to fiddle a lot with firewall settings it is problably a great ap. For me it demands to much user intervention.
     
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