Firewall Lag Time

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by MrNeedToKnow, Jan 8, 2006.

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  1. MrNeedToKnow

    MrNeedToKnow Guest

    Is there any system vulnerability between OS startup and firewall startup lag time with a computer system always connected to the internet? It seems there is about a 5 to 10 second delay between the two and I'm wondering what happens during this time period.
     
  2. unhappy_viewer

    unhappy_viewer Registered Member

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    There is a certain risk. People with ZA however will be proteted right from when the computer starts up. ZA's True Vector Engine starts up as a service and therefore is initiated even at the welcome/boot screen, ahead of the other processes. The true Vector Engine will stop all incoming and outgoing traffic until the GUI of ZA starts.
     
  3. LoveZA

    LoveZA Guest

    Thank-you. I'll sleep well tonight. ZA is an amazing firewall system.
     
  4. ghost16825

    ghost16825 Registered Member

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    Is this some kind of thread-posting advertising?
     
  5. zcv

    zcv Registered Member

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    Actually, true of all the major firewalls :)

    Regards - Charles
     
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