Well much to the dismay of many of the advanced Kerio users they have ZA like controls with the advanced packet filtering, and you don't read the help file which many won't, you don't realize how to disable all the smple/predefinced settings so you can bring it back to a rule based firewall again. Hence the name ZArio... However some people wanted something like this, but I have to think, if they wanted ZA, why didn't they download ZA? They should at least had an option of simple(newbie), or advanced configuration as the simple configurations cause problems in the advanced configurations unless completely disabled. Turn Kerio 4x back in to a rule based firewall again At this time they have not updated the website, but it was posted to our group this morning. Its freeware, and full version in the same download: -------- Freeware Version Two versions of Kerio Personal Firewall are available: full (paid) and freeware (free of charge). The same installation package is used for both version. After installation the product behaves as a 30-days trial version (full version limited by time). If the product is not registered by the expiration date, it becomes freeware. The product becomes a full version after license purchase and product registration (for detailed information refer to chapter Registration Freeware versions are limited by the following restrictions: It is available for personal and/or noncommercial use only. Web content filtering, including its logs and statistics, is not available (see chapter Chapter ). It cannot be used at Internet Gateways (refer to chapter Preferences Logs cannot be sent to Syslog server (details in chapter Log Options It cannot be used on server type operating systems, such as Windows NT Server, Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003. If the trial version was installed on any of these systems, the Personal Firewall Engine service will be disabled by the expiration date and it will not be able to restore it. -------- You can download it here, but be warned, many bugs are still being found with the program. I highly suggest if anyone is going to use the program they read the help files before asking any questions as many settings are redundant/conflicting so its more confusing to find some problems in your configuration. Note: Personally I prefer using Kerio 2.1.5, Proxo, and SSM. They are all freeware programs.