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    For those looking for a Windows Personal Firewall: I've messed around a little with Agnitums OutPost Personal Firewall.
    Open Architecture!!! Advertisement Blocking (Hey JP, what adds are there on AO? Can't see any of them!), Content Filtering, E-mail Guard and Privacy Control. It's only a beta, but it already convinced me...
    Here's a little comparison between OutPost and some other Personal Firewalls.
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    IM gona check this one out. Get back to ya with results later.
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    Outpost is the next generation of protection. It doesn't play well with other firewall programs, but it's easy to configure interface has me convinced that for a "beta" product it's pretty nice.

    I especially liked the spyware monitor. Im still testing it, but so far it is a keeper!
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    Hey, thanks Negative.

    That looks like quite a nifty little program. I think I'm gonna give it a whack this weekend to see what it's like. I have found that ZA has issues with DHCP (as in it thinks it's an attack for me to attempt to get a DHCP address... go figure).

    If I can customize it and play with inbound and outbound this will add a lot more flexibility.
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    I tried a big chunk of those on the list, Agnitums OutPost Personal Firewall is my favorite. So many things that you can configure in this one, it's like getting a new toy I just wish that had a better systray icon, the old question mark in a circle is kind of strange no? May be a bit overwhelming to those that have never used any personal firewalls before, so be warned
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