WSA Complete & Look 'n' Stop Firewall

Discussion in 'Prevx Releases' started by Music4Ever, Jun 2, 2012.

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  1. Music4Ever

    Music4Ever Registered Member

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    I've recently bought 'Look n Stop' & running it with WSA Complete.

    My question is as they seem to run happily here together OK as it seems with others on this forum, do I have to make any changes to WSA?

    I don't need LnS on my two other PC's protected by WSA but this PC does get some robust use & although it could seem a little paranoid adding secondary firewall but I'm quite happy to pay for it.


    I've had a look round & I hope I haven't either posted in the wrong section or a duplicate post, I'm a little new around here.

    Thanks...
     
  2. Triple Helix

    Triple Helix Webroot Product Advisor

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    I use that setup and it works fine since I been using LNS from 2005 and I paid only the one time but the support for LNS is unsure because Frederic has not been around! But if LNS will not work in Win 8 I will just use Windows Firewall & WSA-E. ;)

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  3. Music4Ever

    Music4Ever Registered Member

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    Thanks for that, it's unlikely that Win 8 will reside on this PC anyway, LNS does have a somewhat 'rustic' interface but does seem to work well. :argh:

    Question sorted.
     
  4. Mongol

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    It's light as a feather and as a pure firewall it is very strong. I use the advanced rules and only made about two changes to them. Runs very smooth with my WSA-Essentials...:cool:
     
  5. Music4Ever

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    Thanks, still playing around with the advanced settings, I like the low memory footprint ~ No fancy interface = Less CPU cycles I think.
     
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