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JayBern

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Greetings,

I am in search of a free firewall software. I have just purchased a McAfee Anti-virus, but their firewall wasn't included in the package. Please direct me to a suitable good firewall system.

Thanks.

Regards,
Jay
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The_KiD

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Zone alarm has a free version:

http://www.zonelabs....ctry=GB&lang=en
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JayBern

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I heard it causes program connection problems if we do not know how to handle. Is it user friendly? Do you recommend it highly for an intermediate-computer user?
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Zone Alarm is a good firewall, it's user friendly and can be used easily by an intermediate-computer user.
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gerryf

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I agree with the sentiment that zonealarm is getting more problematic by the month.

http://www.oldversio...am.php?n=sygate

grab yourself a copy of sygate
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