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ZoneAlarm ForceField provides a protective layer around your browser, shielding you from drive-by downloads, browser exploits, phishing attempts, spyware and keyloggers. So your passwords, your confidential information, and your financial data remain protected.

From what I gathered it's a privacy tool, but I'm not really sure :)

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It seems to be some sort of webshield with some privacy tools.

It will keep you from going to malicious sites or download spyware and keyloggers. At the same time it will protect your confidential information.

Seems OK to me...

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It seems to be some sort of webshield with some privacy tools.

It will keep you from going to malicious sites or download spyware and keyloggers. At the same time it will protect your confidential information.

Seems OK to me...

Well, I use Avast! and it has a great built-in WebShield, and Advanced WindowsCare handles the privacy issues...but that's just me :)

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ROMANTICGUY50

Tried it and I couldnt get to my Comcast Home Page-It was blocked-Took it right out!

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It seems to be some sort of webshield with some privacy tools.

It will keep you from going to malicious sites or download spyware and keyloggers. At the same time it will protect your confidential information.

Seems OK to me...

Well, I use Avast! and it has a great built-in WebShield, and Advanced WindowsCare handles the privacy issues...but that's just me ;)

My setup:

Geswall pro:

virtualization and inspects all the data flow in web browsers, IM etc.

Shadow Defender:

Virtualization of my entire system, reboot and everything is gone again. (I have some excluded folders)

Immunization with Spywareblaster and Spybot SD.

And occasional scans with Dr Web cure it.

Until there are malware which can bypass a sandbox environment and then screw up my virtualized system, I'm 100% safe.

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Lol, today I tried to get it today.

If anyone still has an one year subscription and has no intention to use it, I would happily like to take it over.

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