Don't work/surf as an administrator - it's easy with Vista - ,keep your OS and all other soft ware applications up-to-date. Zone alarm is the only mainstream firewall that support vista that i know of. #3 DJFuji, Jul 26, 2007 stash Diamond Member Joined: Jun 22, 2000 Messages: 5,468 Likes Received: The cause is SAS. may try it one day just for giggles. check my blog
Like mechBgon says, malware can just use a legitimate process that is already allowed through the firewall (such as BITS or your browser). They call it malware hueristic or defense +Click to expand... Jul 10, 2008 #20 Blind Dragon TS Evangelist Posts: 3,908 Kerio Firewall - now Sunbelt - has just become Vista compatible for 32bit not 64 May be worth checking out - Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/what-is-the-best-vista-firewall-so-far.577221/
I have two machines (not networked). They offer you 1 year for updates for free then charge you for more years. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Al Mitch October 19, 2015 at 4:08 am Naw all these suck. But if a change needs to be done I do it manually.
may try it one day just for giggles. First a hardware firewall in the form of a router. Jul 8, 2008 #13 tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 2,412 +109 raybay said: Actually, Tipstir, we are in communication with Comodo. All rights reserved.
Quote + Reply to Thread Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation Computer Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Jesper had an excellent post on this topic recently: http://msinfluentials.com/blog...snake-oil-is-free.aspx #4 stash, Jul 26, 2007 blackangst1 Lifer Joined: Feb 23, 2005 Messages: 15,253 Likes Received: 13 Originally posted by: DJFuji Mcafee Trend Micro and CA are no better. and is protected by copyright My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsKeepEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsBooksbooks.google.com - Learn to install, configure, run, and troubleshoot the professional versions of Vista in this comprehensive new
Additionally, it is a great benefit to change the DNS hostnames to OpenDNS on your router. Or what "testers" say, for that matter. But it's still handy to keep a couple rootkit scanners. I tried McAfee Antivirus Plus but caused Vista to crush after I got a message which said it...
The effectiveness of an individual A-S scanners can be wide-ranging and oftentimes a collection of scanners is best. https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/best-vista-compatible-software-firewall.66776/ Tempting fate now! Share your thoughts with us in the comments! Reply Joel Lee July 11, 2015 at 2:58 pm Thanks Elad, you made a good point.
DSL and wireless routers often have fairly decent built in hardware firewalls, and if you have the option to do so, you should definitely enable yours. http://simplecoverage.org/what-is/what-is-acpi-and-why-is-keeping-me-from-installing-vista.php if you can do an outgoing firewally with support for application level outgoing filters, then if some malware wants to contact say a mail server to email info about your computer I have tried some of the other firewalls but find they can be very intrusive. Best results with best value: Kaspersky One shop's opinion Jul 6, 2008 #3 syllovesyou TS Rookie pretty much never use norton.
It was recently released in version 3, and Eset has also released a security suite called Smart Security. http://www.microsoft.com/technet/tec...l/default.aspx "If you try to block outbound connections from a computer that’s already compromised, how can you be sure that the computer is really doing what you ask? Most of the users are emotionally attached to their av application and will have excellent reasons for not recommending any other brand. news Join Now Help Remember Me?
My main PC and another one for goofing around. Ditto for firewalls, patriot missiles, and anti spyware. What AV applications usually don't detect is "non-viral" malware, and the term "non-viral malware" is normally used to refer to things like spyware and adware.
My method is with several layers of protection. Very customizable down to packet type if you wish. Just won't load on Vista. My Vista install shows a Windows Experience Index >> of 5.9, I have 3 gigs of memory installed and I'm running it all on a Intel >> Core Duo Quad-Core processor.
What I've said above does not apply to all software, for example, antivirus software should be chosen based on detection rates. Join the community here. If someone gave you a titanium lock on your door which perfectly secure but you decided to replace it with a software lock from china which though does not increase your More about the author I want outgoing protection.
sandbox Clean junk left off from prior firewalls an etc.. It isn't a severe difference, but it's there !