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    In my travels today, I encountered a new Firewall for free.
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    Outpost Firewall
    Agnitum Outpost is the first personal firewall for Windows developed with Open Architecture. The Open Development Process proved its efficiency with the development of the Internet and with Linux. No company can be as fast, flexible and innovative at enhancing a closed product as thousands of developers from different countries all working on an open one.

    Agnitum Outpost is the first personal firewall that supports plug-ins. Sample plug-ins are included to show how this revolutionary technology can easily be employed for such tasks as Intrusion Detection, Advertisement Blocking, Content Filtering, E-mail Guard and Privacy Control.

    Agnitum Outpost is equipped with every feature a personal firewall should have. It is the most functional firewall in the world. Outpost supports all the latest security techniques and features such as: Full Stealth Mode, Anti-Leak, and MD5 Authentication.

    Although Agnitum Outpost is setting new standards in the firewall market, it looks like any Office application! It needs no configuration before using-it starts protecting your system as soon as it's installed.

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    About: http://www.agnitum.com/products/outpost/
    Download: http://www.agnitum.com/download/
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    Did you test this firewall?
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    Not really a new Firewall, Ive been using it for a while.... Its very good... It has an ad blocker packet viewer, A little better than ZA Pro
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    is it memory intensive?
    It must be them again. Start the response cycle.
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    No, its really not... I have 192MB RAM and it was only taking up 5-10MB.... Not that bad
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    not new, not a resource hog...I've been using it for a while, and highly recommend it...it has passed http://www.grc.com and http://www.sygatetech.com tests...no complaints so far...

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    grc lmao
    Steve Gibson - "I invented Pants"
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    Thanks for the info..

    However, next time maybe you would want to post this under the firewall forum
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    Agnitum has been around for awhile........I love it and use it. it is a great n00b firewall and a great professional firewall. You can lock out certain sockets and get very nitty gritty. Low on resources, lack of false alarms, and quick to respond.
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    spheraice, remember....3 year old threads, you have nothing really valuable to add that's not common sense. Don't post in old threads, clusters up the Front Page with old/not really interesting/un-used threads....

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