I went to the PCFlank site and did a "Quick Test" on my computer and got the results on my computer. Thanks to Snow for letting me know what to use to test my ports. ------------ *Check for vulnerabilities of your computer system to remote attacks We have scanned your system for open ports and for ports visible to others on the Internet. As a rule an open port means your computer is vulnerable to attacks by crackers. They gain access to your computer and its files through these open ports. Safe! *Trojan horse check The test scanned your system to find signs of a Trojan. If a Trojan horse is on your computer a cracker can access your system's files and your personal data. Safe! There is no evidence of a Trojan horse on your system. Recommendation: The absence of a Trojan horse on your system does not mean this problem cannot happen, of course. Anti-virus and/or anti-Trojan software should be installed and used on your system. If you already use this type of software on your system, its virus definitions (virus database) should regularly be updated. *Browser privacy check The test checked if your web browser reveals any private information while you visit Web sites. Usually such information is: the last site visited, your locale and who your Internet Service Provider is. Attention! Your browser is not private. Privacy is 50% While visiting web sites your browser sends information about previous sites you have visited. Recommendation: Install a personal firewall program. If you already have a firewall, adjust it to block this information. ------------ I ran the "Browser Check" to get a more precise read and got this result back: ------------- Results of the test: *Cookies check (happy smiley) Your computer does not save special cookies on your hard drive Recommendation Your browser (or firewall) set to block cookies so there is no risk to your privacy. *Referrer check (sad smiley) While visiting web sites your browser reveals private information (called 'referrer') about previous sites you have visited. Recommendation We advise you to get personal firewall software. If you already have a firewall program adjust it to block the distribution of such information (referrer). ----------- According to the test I ran, my Browser Privacy is not safe. I have ZA Pro version 2.6.362. Is there a way to set ZA to stop the Browser Privacy? Or is there another firewall that would help out along with running ZA Pro? Another thing regarding the ZA. I clicked on the "check for upgrade" button on my ZAPro and it downloaded version 3.x.x. I don't remember the exact version number, but I know it was 3.x.x. But after I installed it on my computer and rebooted it froze before it loaded Version 3.x.x for me to install the ID number. I uninstalled it and reinstalled it. Same problem happened again, it froze before I can install the ID number. So I unistalled it and put back on version 2.6.362 and put my settings back to what I had it. Any help is welcomed.