how about those firewalls

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by testsoso, Dec 4, 2007.

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  1. testsoso

    testsoso Registered Member

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    wallixPro:
    http://www.bestsecuritytips.com/downloads/WallixPro-setup.exe (caution on this one - no description page available)

    Protoport Personal Firewall:
    http://www.protoport.com/index.firewall

    PktFilter:
    http://www.hsc.fr/ressources/outils/pktfilter/

    NetVeda: safty.net
    http://www.netveda.com/downloads/downloadform.asp?product=sn&lic=serv

    AS3 Personal Firewall:
    http://www.software4u.tk/

    nDispatcher:
    http://www.ndispatcher.com/2products/ndispatcher.asp?lang=en

    does anyone used them, and is any one good?
     
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  2. despuesvengo

    despuesvengo Registered Member

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    I used Netveda some time ago. This time when they gave the free version 3.8, don't know why but it caused a memory leak in my pc. I guess not in the rest since I have not seen any complaints except mine.

    Looks like a good firewall. Not so friendly to setup, at least for me. Bad part is its forum. You can ask a question, go on vacations for 1 month come back and maybe you have the answer.

    regards.
     
  3. Diver

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    Netveda used to bediscussed around here, the othere I have not heard of. I wonder if they are original, based on an old version of something, or open source derrived.
     
  4. Shelty

    Shelty Registered Member

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    I think it would be more appropriate if you made sure you linked to some info instead of direct downloads or registration forms.

    The Walixpro link is a direct download. I certainly do not want in on my computer before getting some info about it.

    The Netveda link is nothing but a registration form.

    The AS3 link gives me nothing but "page cannot be displayed."
     
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    This might help out.

    WallixPro
    http://www.bestsecuritytips.com/content index.id 8.htm

    Netveda
    http://www.netveda.com/consumer/safetynet.htm

    AS3 - The link to the website appears to be down. Maybe the site got pulled down? The AS are the author's initials. I believe he is Russian.
    http://shareware.pcmag.com/product.php[id]90663[SiteID]pcmag
     
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