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  1. #21
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    Originally posted here by freeOn
    It doesn't show the correct information of an attack, The IP address are not properly labeld. The protection still leaves open ports. Also it can be killed from a simple batch or shell command.

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    I'm not going to be here to battle with you. Just figure it out yourself
    Show me the batch or shell command you use... I have one for the old version of Sygate, but that doesn't work anymore.

    P.S. Looks like you are doing a lil' battling?? No???
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    <....side stepping the flames...>

    after reading up on za thanks to KD (more than their press releases i mean..hehe)...i tossed it...

    i tried sygate...and liked it...up until i installed the 2k service packs...then i could never get it to allow authentication on our domain...i'd have to log on to localmachine, set allow all then log off and log onto the domain...there was probably something i could have done...but couldn't figure it..so i'm using tiny now...and haven't had a problem...even after installing servpacks....
    I used to be With IT. But then they changed what IT was. Now what I'm with isn't IT, and what's IT seems scary and weird." - Abe Simpson

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    Like Vorlin, I quite Sygate, but I have ZA and Tiny installed... just to let you folks know. Yet I think ZA has warped into some XP-ZoneAlarm, for it's to 'kiddish' and userfriendly...big buttons, weird GUI ...whoa. I'm not used to this.
    ...This Space For Rent.

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  4. #24
    Originally posted here by KorpDeath
    There is no reason to run more than one.


    Thanks, KorpDeath. Just the answer I was looking for.


    Although, I was already aware of that I justed wanted to see someone prove that using more than one is an advantage.....

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    If you give me proof I'll accept defeat....graciously..

    FeeOn- Love the avatar, too bad you don't know enough to keep the lil' dude animated.
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    oh you big weenie.. Why do you got to be so serious. I'm glad you like my new avatar, It made me smile, yeah I could animate it but it wouldn't work right with the Eat Me on it so I got rid of it. I actually did make a proggy for you that does some unpleasant things to Sygate but I realized that it wouldn't be very nice of me to destroy your firewall. I'm not going to post it up because to many people would use it in the wrong way. I'll take the Avatar down tommorow because I know how much that has to annoy you.

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    It doesn't bother me at all.

    And you can just send me that lil' proggy you are talking about at anytime. I wouldn't want to think that I recommend something that isn't any good....
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    I have ZA 3 on a few machines and I like how it is set up. The only problems i have had so far is how it is set up. When you want to get ZA 3 set it up on a test machine first to get used to the controls then install it on your good main computers once you know how to use it thourghly
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    Still waiting FreeOn...... You can PM anytime to give that lil' proggy you keep talking about. I promise I won't share it with anybody........
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    Do i have Featuritus?

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    i m gone,thx everyone for so much fun and good info.
    cheers and good bye

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