February 15th, 2002 06:29 PM
I would answer your question akanicknick, but since us black people shouldnt consort with you and your superior race, I'll share my knowledge with those who arent as superior as you. btw **** YOU!!!!
Originally posted here by akanicknick
Hey that is pretty nice,
May I ask you a question rite now?
What do you think the best firewall is for personal use? (Your personal Favorite)
February 15th, 2002 09:31 PM
Just finished my own install & setup of this, (in a dev enviroment). so far, smooth running - no hiccups. going through QA/QC tests next week, & then live @ the end of the week. i'll let you know if there are any problems.
WebTrends Firewall Suite running against a Checkpoint Firewall
--ssshhh, be vewry, vewry quiet...
February 16th, 2002 02:34 AM
ipchains and iptables for me
and a porkupine forwarding setup....
ASCII stupid question, get a stupid ANSI.
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February 16th, 2002 04:10 PM
I've got the Sygate Personal Firewall Pro 5.0 and when the 'update signature' failed, I wrote them an email asking when updates go out for signatures and new versions (which might have your 2000 fix) and they replied back saying they haven't set up the patches/signature updates yet and will be done soon. Don't know when that really is though.
About Sygate, is there a free version of version 5 pro? Cause the versions 4.x where always free for personal use but they gave probs with Win2K workstations when wake-up from stand-by. So i donwloaded the version 5 and tested it on a box, now it seems that you can only use this version for 30 days? cause it's the pro, but I never wanted the pro! I only needed a fix for my win2K error... so perhaps I will stick with version 4.x or Tiny.
Sygate 5.0 is pretty good although I'm having a problem every now and then with debug.log and tralog.log having 'too little space allocated'. Since windows handles all 'swapping' and space allocation, I'd think it wouldn't be an issue but I guess it is.
We the willing, led by the unknowing, have been doing the impossible for the ungrateful. We have done so much with so little for so long that we are now qualified to do just about anything with almost nothing.