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dietrootbeer

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Was doing my bi-annual checkup today, and when I was looking at my firewall ports, I noticed 3 VPNs that I did not download (at least not intentionally) and I was wondering if someone could clarify what they are, and whether or not I should delete them. I don't particularly understand what a VPN is, but to see 3 things interacting with my firewall that I do not recognize kind of alarmed me.

 

One is F5.vpn.client

One is Checkpoint.VPN

and the last is JuniperNetworks.JunosPulsevpn

 

Thanks in advance for you help.

 

Edit: it should be noted that this rig is new, and my first with Windows since Vista (it has Windows 8.1). I have not looked at the firewall ports before today, so they could just be default and I wouldn't know.


Edited by dietrootbeer, 08 December 2015 - 12:33 AM.

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F5.vpn.client is a built-in VPN Client for the F5 VPN Service Provider.

 

Checkpoint.VPN is a VPN client built directly into Windows 8.1.

 

JuniperNetworks.JunosPulsevpn is the built-in client for the Junos Pulse VPN service from Juniper Networks.


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