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WyvernWorks Firewall 2004


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KazarSanaga

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:) This is my first time actually having a Firewall and I have no idea how to configure it in order to still access webpages etc. The WyvernWorks Site isn't exactly.... informative on how to use their product.

Can anyone help me out? :tazz:

Edit: Now I can't access any webpage when I have the Firewall turned on.

Edited by KazarSanaga, 30 September 2005 - 02:31 PM.

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:tazz:
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I would really appreciate it if someone could help me out.

Edit: Or perhaps someone could suggest a more user friendly firewall that might be better than WyvernWorks Firewall?

Edited by KazarSanaga, 01 October 2005 - 06:23 PM.

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what an odd firewall. try zonealarm. its completely free and quite easy to use.

http://www.zonelabs.com
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Thanks, I'll give it a try a.s.a.p.
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Crud, I only have Windows 98 Plus and a Regular Pentium, though I do have 256 RAM. Is ZoneAlarm still gonna work for me?
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hmm. I've just noticed that too. ZA is a bit resource intensive. what kind of processor do you have exactly? there are many other free firewalls including sygate, tiny and kerio. just do a google for them
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The processor I have is a 233MHz Intel Pentium Processor with MMX Technologly.
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just looked up sygate. I think that'll be fine for it. its a lower end firewall thats actually pretty good.

http://soho.sygate.c...pf_standard.htm
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Thank you. I'll try it later, for now I have to go.
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