Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by tuatara, Oct 3, 2005.
Without a purchase it would appear not.
Well, I decided to buy one of their programs so I can get it. Overall, I agree with tuatara's opinion of it. Now, onto the screenshots of it. Here's one with its Main tab active (the reason why there's no grammatical errors in mine is because I decided to fix the English.ini that came with it).
Screenshot of Traffic Log section with the Logs tab active:
Screenshot of Security Log section with the Logs tab active:
Screenshot of the Applications section with the Rules tab active:
Screenshot of the Network section with the Rules tab active:
Screenshot of it with its Options tab active:
Since it is pre release , it should be free anyway . Sad business practice to " give " you a brand new beta with the " PURCHASE " of one of their programs . OUCH !!
Screenshot of the dialog that pops up when being accessed by another computer on the LAN:
Screenshot of the dialog that pops up when a program is trying to access the internet:
If any of these dialog(s), etc. are changed, I'll change my posted screenshots to reflect that.
I was looking for a firewall for my computer and found a copy of this program listed on a freeware website. The company website doesn't provide any documentation on the website. I wanted to know if the program provides an option to hide alert messages when an incoming or outgoing transmission is detected? I wanted to avoid those programs that bombard you with warning messages that could number into the hundreds in one online session.
If anyone wishes to download a copy of this firewall and to try it out, it is available on several shareware websites. The vendor website still only offers it for free if you purchase another of the company's product. So not sure why you allow it to be downloaded for free elsewhere?
The program is in pre-release mode so it has not been officially released.
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