Discussion in 'polls' started by Blutarsky, Oct 29, 2006.
Go get it!
you missed one option:
When I was using Nod32, I used the built in Windows XP Firewall, they worked well together. I experienced absolutely no problems with this combination.
when i was a nod32 user, i tried it with outpost and looknstop (not together of course). ive since switched to CHX-I packet filter.
You missed an option.
ZA Pro, no problems so far.
Sygate. It's not on your list.
Microsoft Windows XP with Windows Firewall
Can the admin modify the poll just to add the missing ones?
I used Outpost Pro for a long while with NOD32, but fairly recently switched to Comodo, so my vote registers Comodo. Another computer uses NOD with Windows XP FireWall, and has no complaints. (Both computers are behind a router, btw.)
I already used NOD32 with Outpost PRO and CHX-I, but now I'm using Comodo Personal Firewall and I think that I will not switch to another firewall for a long time...
Look n stop. been like that for sooo long.
Look'n'Stop, and very happy with it.
Do you use any application firewall?
I've used CHX for a while, but it looks more like a packet filter package.
At the moment it looks like the majority is using Comodo, Optout & Look 'n' stop. Dunno what to say about 'others'. Amazingly almost 1 out of 5 use Windows firewall.
GhostWall + GSS here.
No application firewall that controls network access. However, I do have SSM which is an application firewall, but not in terms of network control, but rather a HIPS. It is more than sufficient for my needs, and outbound filtering isn't really pivotal in my opinion, since it stops malware from accessing the internet that is installed on your pc. So, since I block anything from installing with SSM backed by NOD32, I am good to go. Also, packet filters are sooo light, fast, and handle well under high intensity things(like games and p2p).
im not alphaultra1, but ill add that i use AppDefend to control apps from connecting outbound.
jetico too (1)
Given the poll results (no NOD user using ZA) I'm thinking to have ago with CHX and any HIPS/process guard...... should I ? Light 'n' fast.... maybe diamondcs processguard?
To be honest it looks like processguard misses port opening attempts.....and network attempts
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