vNet Personal Firewall 1.0

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  1. Pliskin

    Pliskin Registered Member

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    looks a little er, tacky :doubt:
     
  3. 9_hammer

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    I haven't heard about Vietnamo_O
    This firewall is rather effective. It can stop unwated programs from accessing Internet. Any opinions?o_O
     
  4. Kees1958

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    hitman pro said it was malware, wazzup said it was clean (like Avast + MBAM)

    Installed it: sort of simple Ashampoo like basic application control FW with GUI glitches

    Recovered back to old image
     
  5. Pliskin

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    Thanks for testing.
     
  6. sg09

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    Good. New Firewall. 64bit..??
    @ kees1958, are u using wazzup? How is it behaving now? Has it completed uploading files?
     
  7. 9_hammer

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    Only 1/41 antivirus software said it was mallware.
    And 40/41antivirus software said it was completely clean.
    Check with VirusTotal.com
    ~ Virus Total Results Image Removed per Policy~

    Any opinions?
    I've checked this file with Avira Antivir and It said vNet Personal Firewall is clean.
     
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  8. sg09

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    Yes Dr. Web detected it as suspicious. I am going to submit it as a FP.
     
  9. 9_hammer

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    What does it mean by "FP"?
     
  10. sg09

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    False Positive ;)
     
  11. Cinosanap

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    I'm using this firewall, it's quite good, but I found some misspellings in English interface. I'm trying to contact with the vendor to tell them this problem.
     
  12. Kees1958

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    :D No I was using upload at their site http://bugbopper.com/SubmitAFile.asp Uploading through application (wazzup) takes to long indeed :thumb:
     
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    Great. Bookmarked. If this application improve their upload, it will be great having files scanned by those 8 scanners for free.
     
  14. funkydude

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    I wouldn't mind if this was someones University project that they released, since it would explain how it looks, but this is the work of a company.. that think's they are:

    My goodness... :D They have a way to go :)
     
  15. Brummelchen

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    was it mentioned? vNet is only for win xp, Vista and win7 denied!
    i tried in sandbox but 1) installation told me "beta" and 2) startup failed.
    There are better options/programs for Xp...
     
  16. Cinosanap

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    "Vinaprosoft products may not be professional as other products of the same functions" (Extracted from vNet, Google translate), so the word "Professional" is only their purpose(or target) for their activities, I think so. (or It may be someones University project, really an interesting project, do you think so?)
    Yes, vNet Personal Firewall does not support Windows 7/Vista, I've tested by Virtual Box, I try to contact them to remove the "Support Windows7/vista" label :'(
     
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