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I want a fast firewall (NOT all-in-one, I don't want anti-spyware, anti-suspected-programs, anti-all-things, ecc.).

Suggestions?

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OutPost?

I agree to that, ive used Macafee, Norton, Zone Alarm, and all the other firewalls and I find outpost to be the best one out there

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Outpost :dance2:

outpost versions hjave a known bsod problem. i clearly believe i was a victim of it.

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If your interested in a free one look at Comodo v2.3.5. User friendly like ZAfree but with more features, tighter protection like parent application leak monitoring.

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outpost versions hjave a known bsod problem. i clearly believe i was a victim of it.

Never hjad it happen to me & I've been running it smoothly for over a year now!!! :dance2:

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outpost versions hjave a known bsod problem. i clearly believe i was a victim of it.

Never hjad it happen to me & I've been running it smoothly for over a year now!!! :dance2:

which version did you use? and in case, anti virus/spyware? i have pg2 on too. so far not one problem anymore.

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i suggest jetico or outpost pro, jetico better imo.

i had have suggested KIS 2006, but since u dont want a suite, the 2 above mentioned standalones will do u just fine, coz the fwall alone (antihacker) from kaspersky is worse than outpost&jetico without proactive defense and the other (extremellly cool :dance2: ) modules from KIS 2006.

anyway, u might wanna take a look at this and make an opinion 4 urself (VERY GOOD site , imo)

http://www.firewallleaktester.com/index.html

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which version did you use? and in case, anti virus/spyware? i have pg2 on too. so far not one problem anymore.

Currently I'm running:

Outpost Firewall Pro ver. 3.51.759.6511 (462)

I have however upgraded a few builds.

The thing is I'd been using Nortons for the past 5 years. Firewall & Antivirus on an Intel Celeron with a 10 gig harddrive. How [email protected] stupid was I!?!?!

I changed to Outpost & Nod32 and haven't looked back.

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which version did you use? and in case, anti virus/spyware? i have pg2 on too. so far not one problem anymore.

Currently I'm running:

Outpost Firewall Pro ver. 3.51.759.6511 (462)

I have however upgraded a few builds.

The thing is I'd been using Nortons for the past 5 years. Firewall & Antivirus on an Intel Celeron with a 10 gig harddrive. How [email protected] stupid was I!?!?!

I changed to Outpost & Nod32 and haven't looked back.

but... still a 10 GB harddrive? you do know you can buy a 200 Gb for $69 now

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but... still a 10 GB harddrive? you do know you can buy a 200 Gb for $69 now

My 10 gig machine, complete with monitor keyboard, mouse etc cost me £60 for 5 years service. I sold it the other week for £50. My newer machine is double the specs, which still isn't saying much, but it will suffice for my needs.

I'm not the sort of person (like some people I know) that spends £1,500 on a brand new machine just to play the latest games.

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but... still a 10 GB harddrive? you do know you can buy a 200 Gb for $69 now

My 10 gig machine, complete with monitor keyboard, mouse etc cost me £60 for 5 years service. I sold it the other week for £50. My newer machine is double the specs, which still isn't saying much, but it will suffice for my needs.

I'm not the sort of person (like some people I know) that spends £1,500 on a brand new machine just to play the latest games.

low end computers now have 200 gb harddrive with 1 gb ram for 300

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low end computers now have 200 gb harddrive with 1 gb ram for 300

Like I say. I've no use for that amount of space. I'm happy to build my own machines from old parts for around £50 rather than £300-£1,500.

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Im using the ol´Sygate Firewall from this site. Is that stupid?

I thinks it works a treat and have never caused any probs for me.

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never mind.. i found looknstop with patch/crack/keygen liao

hardware firewall that comes with any router :fist: ....see can't break through the wall :fist:

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never mind.. i found looknstop with patch/crack/keygen liao

hardware firewall that comes with any router :D ....see can't break through the wall :fist:

double protection :fist:

THE ONE & ONLY

WuDiLanJieLang ;)

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WuDiLanJieLang, r those chix in ur siggie cloned ;) ? the part of their boobs that is trying 2 break free of their shirts seem similar in particular =))

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