8682Re: [NTO] deleted dmusic.sys by mistake - oops!
- Feb 20, 2010Since ZA sold out they have become more trouble than their worth because of
constant ads to upgrade to the paid version. I have the latest in Comodo and
am well pleased with it. I use the Comodo Suite, it is free for personal
use, business need to purchase if I am not mistaken
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mick Housel" <motomania@...>
Sent: Saturday, February 20, 2010 3:55 PM
Subject: Re: [NTO] deleted dmusic.sys by mistake - oops!
> Most routers don't have a hardware firewall built in. They may be able
> to block some ports through the router software but lower priced routers
> don't have a built in firewall.
> One of the best free software firewalls available was from the Comodo
> folks. I'm not sure if they still have it or not but it was better than
> most free ones. I know Zone Alarm is another popular choice but I've
> seen issues on some systems that try to run ZA, just like many have
> issues with Norton/Symantec. It all depends on the system details as
> well as what's installed on the system.
> Locking down outgoing ports through a firewall can help in the fact that
> it might stop some type of infection from communicating with it's
> "parent" outside.
> loro wrote:
>> Sheri wrote:
>> > > BTW do know anything about this router firewall matter? I would
>> > > like to run without a software firewall, but after this I don't
>> > > know if I dare to.
>> >I believe a router firewall is only blocking uninvited inbound traffic.
>> Yes, it's theats from the outside I'm asking about.
>> > A software firewall probably doesn't see any unauthorized inbound
>> > traffic if you have a router firewall in place.
>> Mine did. Maybe that's a sign the router isn't configured properly, I
>> don't know.
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