Sure up windows firewall ?

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by damian666, May 23, 2007.

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  1. damian666

    damian666 Registered Member

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    Hi
    just wondered if i could use another program like prevx or ssm,dsa to sure up the built in windows xp sp2 firewall.Basically to help protect against outbound connections
    THANK YOU,S
     
  2. BILL G

    BILL G Registered Member

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    Try GSS-AD
     
  3. damian666

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    hi
    what is gss ad and where can i find it
    THANK YOU
     
  4. damian666

    damian666 Registered Member

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    do you mean ghost system security application defender
     
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    Ghost Security Forum
     
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    travellinman

    Thanks for the Link
     
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    The HIPS software that you mention should provide outbound protection since they should provide an alert if an outbound communication is initiated. AppDefend would also work.

    P.S. I guess you watched the season finale of "Supernatural" on TV? ;)
     
  9. Espresso

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    Shore up, shurely?!

    Dynamic Security Agent is another good option. Freeware.
     
  10. farmerlee

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    Prosecurity free is another option to control network connections. To make things easier you can configure it to only monitor network connections.
     
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