Firewall vote

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by chaos16, Feb 24, 2005.

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  1. chaos16

    chaos16 Registered Member

    Feb 14, 2005
    This is just to know which firewall the majority of ppl use and why.

    Tell me the firewall u are using and why.

    I am using zonealarm pro. (i am think of using look'n'stop)

    p.s - this is not an argument.
  2. Antarctica

    Antarctica Registered Member

    Feb 25, 2003
  3. Chuck57

    Chuck57 Registered Member

    Sep 2, 2002
    New Mexico, USA
    I've bounced around, but always go back to Visnetic. Currently running

    Visnetic 2.2.6

    and love it.
  4. Hard Rocker

    Hard Rocker Registered Member

    Jan 27, 2005
    Quebec, CANADA
    Hi , :)

    I am presently using both Norton 2005 Firewall and Antivirus. I am also using a dial up connection.......... ( AOL 9.0 ) . Both programs have deactivated 3 times since late December. Anyone else having this problem ? The last time that this happened, about a week ago, Symantec tech support had me download a small " fix " for this issue. I hope it works as I am really fed up at this point !! :mad:
  5. mercurie

    mercurie A Friendly Creature

    Nov 28, 2003
    Sky over the Wilders Forest
    Out Post Pro: Lifetime upgrade and I needed to replace ZoneAlarm Pro it was getting a little bloated and the product seemed to b going in reverse. :eek:

    Also on family Machine Norton Personal Firewall 2004: I stood a long time in that store attempting to decide if to buy...Norton :p ...well I gave into the price... marked down and after rebate only $14.93 :)

    I am also behind a wireless router. ;)
  6. cmacd

    cmacd Guest

    I've used ZA pro for years with few problems, mostly with XP home.

    I recently purchased a gaming PC for EQ2 and i'm running XP Pro SP2. ZA
    Pro crashes repeatly (2-3 times a day), plus i get occassional BSODs.

    Not to diss ZA...but i think there may a serious issue with ZA Pro and XP Pro SP2...other people have posted similar comments on cnet and other forums.

    Caveat emptor as they say.
  7. Arup

    Arup Guest

    I am currently using Sygate Free, was using Jetico which too is a very promising firewall and the only reason I switched back to Sygate was due to the fact that stateful packet inspection has to be disabled for TCP and UDP for ICS NAT gateway with Jetico.

    My vote goes for Sygate as well as Jetico, of the two, Jetico is much easier on resources.
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