Which Firewall in conjunction with NOD32?

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  1. xpsunny

    xpsunny Registered Member

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    Which one do you suggest that is light on resource.
    Also is there a need of superantispyware with nod32 installed?
     
  2. WSFuser

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    Jetico or LooknStop are good choices for a light firewall.

    as for superantispyware, just use it for ondemand scans.
     
  3. Bio-Hazard

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    LooknStop or Online armor version 2 has a nice firewall.
     
  4. fce

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    i used Comodo Firewall Pro ver. 3

    works fine with NOD32.

    i dont suggest to install SupAntiSpyware Pro with NOD32 and Comodo Firewall combination. I got BSOD when SAS Pro combined with this two monster.

    not sure what anti spyware will run good with NOD32 and Comodo Firewall ver. 3 combination.


    .02cent
     
  5. WSFuser

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    version 3 is still alpha btw...
     
  6. C.S.J

    C.S.J Massive Poster

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    this forum is biased!
    just for the curiousity of this thread,

    is Online armor v2 vista-compatible?
    i dont think it is, incase he is using vista.
     
  7. Bio-Hazard

    Bio-Hazard Registered Member

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    You are right it is not vista ready yet!
     
  8. fce

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    yup thats right!

    i'm a little bit surprised i did'nt get any error yet from Comodo firewall :D
     
  9. Rambo

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    Hi there!
    I'm also a Comodo FW Pro3 user, and my NOD32 works fine together, without any problem with the freeware Spyware Terminator antispyware. I have good experiences with this ST proggy.
     
  10. QBgreen

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    One very good thing regarding NOD32 in my experience is that it's virtually compatible with every single stand-alone firewall that I've ever used. And I've used too many to list! So, take your pick. Per SAS, if you tend to run IE or IE based browsers, I say run the Pro version for an extra layer of on access protection. If a Mozilla based browser or Opera is your preference, go with the freeware version for on demand scanning.
     
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