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Where's the third party firewall


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Attached File  Logfile_of_HijackThis_v1.doc   28.5KB   74 downloadsThe Automated Support Assistant @ Norton's website detected that there is a third party firewall on this computer which is the likely cause of not connecting to their server for live updates. Can you locate a third party firewall from my hijackthis log? Windows 98
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If you're connected to a router the firewall may be in the router.
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No router. The laptop connects to the internet with a wireless card. Norton did the same thing when I connected the good ole fashion way, too. Dialup modem.
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