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It used to be accessable a while ago I think pre ver 2 or
3.somthing in win 9x I have not used it in nt.
On 5/11/2017 6:13 PM, Gene wrote:
For years, people have said that
Zone alarm isn't accessible. I say for years because I
remember complaints about it ten or fifteen years ago. Has
the program changed? Possible but not likely.
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Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2017 4:39 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Final thoughts on windows
firewall as related to my original question.?
last time I looked and I admit it was some time ago it wasn't
On 11/05/2017 19:37, Dennis L wrote:
> I would be interested if zonealarm is accessible please
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> *Subject:* [nvda] Final thoughts on windows firewall as
related to my
> original question.?
> Hi Hi all,
> I'm now trying to do the research to prove the point, on
> firewall and so far, I'm not doing so well.
> This review here:
> contains the common blanket reassurance that windows
> "better and better", "just fine", and "a lot of people are
> it", but doesn't include windows firewall in their review for
> demonstration purposes.
> Here's another good article.
> The gist of this article is that between windows firewall and
> you *should* be fine, without having to acquire a lot of
> knowledge, with the caveat that windows firewall "does half
> This article:
> Reviews the best free firewall utilities from which windows
> conspicuously absent.
> It took a while, but I managed to uncover this general
> This is the most useful item I've found yet, and says
> pundates want to hear. Windows firewall passes all tests and
> just fine for most users. It also provides tips for getting
more out of
> windows firewall, including an add on called windows firewall
> I'm actually considering this, though I'm really leaning
> zonealarm and comodoo depending on accessibility.
> Every one wants to share their experience, so here's mine. I
got a guy
> who runs behind a router with windows firewall turned off,
> on antivirus and antimalware protection from third parties
and none of
> his six windows computers have had the slightest performance
> Ocasionally his security stops something and off he goes.
> In the past six months, I've had let's see... Three friends
> running standard instalations with windows firewall running
come to me
> with systems crippled by attacks. I know for a fact from
> windows software such as utorrent, that the "feature" of
> firewall enabling programs to automatically allow themselves
> still there. That's convenient for the attackers. So, the
upshot of my
> experience is that windows firewall doesn't seem to matter.
> without it at all sometimes cruise along just fine, while
others with it
> enabled alongside regular virus protection such as eset,
> malware bytes get ravaged.
> I didn't put the question out there because I want to run
> though I don't particularly like the product. I put the
> there because I want more control and better security than
> offered in windows firewall and I wanted to know if any one
> them with NVDA. I don't agree with relying on microsoft
> the general consensis seems to be it's "OK, nothing to worry
> I didn't mean to start a contreversy about the merits of
> Since I'm not going to rely on windows firewall, if any one
> third party software and found it accessible or not, could
> let me know?
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