April 26th, 2002, 07:26 PM
it speaks off needing a key and a program that must be installed on the clients to acess,(supplied with a "KeyCutter" program that runs under Windows or NT and enables you to select the-from the site) this 'key'. my comment is how secure can it possibly be if developers didnt even consider to add *nix support
If you tell me Curiosity Killed the cat,
Then I say he died a noble death.
April 30th, 2002, 09:26 PM
someone can probably pass it using a new tool or something. think about it, new programs come out every day and new hacking programs come out every day. you don't need that many firewalls. if I were you I would get rid of BlackIce because I have heard nothing but bad things about it and its just taking up more space on your system. I have recently been on norton.com and I seen some network firewall that was hardware (looked like a hub). You can check it out at http://www.norton.com/ but it probably costs like $300 and I don't think you'd need that with the number of firewalls that you have already (software).
April 30th, 2002, 09:28 PM
the one from norton is called Symantec Gateway Security and it is at the right side of their site (www.norton.com)
April 30th, 2002, 09:30 PM
ohh I noticed somethin again about it when I was reading. It is also antivirus. sounds pretty good.
April 30th, 2002, 10:23 PM
Anything that claims to be "hacker-proof" will be hacked in short order. Once a company makes that claim, they paint a huge bullseye right on their product. Somehow, somewhere, somebody will find a way to get through.
May 14th, 2002, 10:39 PM
the only way to be hacker proof is to disconnect from the internet.