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    Re: combining diff firewalls

    http://www.agnitum.com/products/outpost/compare.html
    This link did open my eyes!
    Very usefulllllllll
    i m gone,thx everyone for so much fun and good info.
    cheers and good bye

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    The more stranger firewalls u combine, the harder it gets...

    The best solution is still to write your own...
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    The more stranger firewalls u combine, the harder it gets...

    The best solution is still to write your own...
    Or just get two of the best...

    I have Tiny and ZoneAlarm Pro dual running on my PC 24/7. Really helps against stopping them damned kidz from NetBussing/Sub7ing/BO2king my box if ever I get infected.
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    the outpost comparison havent uppdated the firewall list, sygate is still att 4.x so dont trust the chart allt that compleatly. but what it says about Za is probely true
    Dare to say no to linux and dont risk to falling of the vagon and become a script kidie.

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    The best solution would be an OpenBSD 3.0 box with IPF.
    But he, you can still run personal firewalls on yer clients, besides what if u take yer laptop to a LAN party? do you take a separate box with a firewall as well?

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    Well, like all things at a LAN party make sure your laptop knows who it is "exchanging " with.


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