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Looking for Free Firewall Protection


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Axl Turwalt

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Are there any free Firewall programs (not trail versions) out there that will allow me to sufficiently block applications from connecting to online servers? Also, if possible, are there any that will also allow me to enter stealth mode whereby my IP address remains hidden? I like the concept Kaspersky have going with their firewalls and I would like something similar to that if it exists.

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Facedown98

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Hi. I suggest ZoneAlarm. It's free, and gives you great protection. I'm not sure if it toally hides your IP, but I think I remember seeing that in my feature list at one point. You can download ZoneAlarm Free by following this link: http://www.zonelabs....reeDownload.jsp ...

Hope you like it :whistling:
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JesseBassett

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Hi. I suggest ZoneAlarm. It's free, and gives you great protection. I'm not sure if it toally hides your IP, but I think I remember seeing that in my feature list at one point. You can download ZoneAlarm Free by following this link: http://www.zonelabs....reeDownload.jsp ...

Hope you like it :whistling:


Use PC Tools Personal Firewall Plus. It's the same as ZoneAlarm, but smaller and more fierce at stopping hackers. Not to mention you don't need to 'train' it like you do ZoneAlarm.

www.pctools.com

scroll to the bottom of your screen and you'll see the free firewall link.
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