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    IsisBast's Avatar n00b
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    Unsure

    My version of norton just ran out juice, and i need a new firewall...

    I'v tried zonealarm but i said, it could not be installed on this version of windows, i have vista, so i dont know watt to do...

    watt sort of firewall blocks attacs and is low maintenance?

    Please help

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    Kaspersky Internet Security

    It's low maintenance and very customizable so you can tell it what you want coming in and what you want going out.
    o hai

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    thanky soo soo much for youre help :-) here and in my other post ;-)

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    No problem dude. To forward your port through Kaspersky, save this text as port.ini:

    Code:
    [azureus.exe]
    App=[YOUR PATH]
    CommandLine=
    UseCommandLine=0
    
    Name=DNS Service
    Enable=1
    Allow=1
    Log=0
    Warning=0
    Protocol=UDP
    Direction=OutboundStream
    RemotePort=53
    
    Name=Allow TCP Connections [IN] ([YOUR PORT])
    Enable=1
    Allow=1
    Log=0
    Warning=0
    Protocol=TCP
    Direction=InboundStream
    LocalPort=[YOUR PORT]
    
    Name=Allow TCP Connections [OUT] (Ephemeral)
    Enable=1
    Allow=1
    Log=0
    Warning=0
    Protocol=TCP
    Direction=OutboundStream
    LocalPort=1024-5000
    
    Name=Allow UDP Packets [IN/OUT] (Ephemeral, [YOUR PORT])
    Enable=1
    Allow=1
    Log=0
    Warning=0
    Protocol=UDP
    Direction=InboundOutbound
    LocalPort=1024-5000, [YOUR PORT]
    Where [YOUR PATH] should be replaced with the full path to your Azureus executable, and [YOUR PORT] is replaced with the port Azureus listens on. Save the above (with the proper information filled in) as a INI file using a plain text editor (such as Notepad -- not Microsoft Word or the likes) and import it into Kaspersky's firewall rules. Works for me without hiccups.


    o hai

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    I prefer Trend Micro myself but can be slightly heavy on resources sometimes...tho nothing like that resource hog Norton
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    okay me again...

    i download Kaspersky Internet Security 7.0.0.125, and of course i cant get the regkey to work, i have 5 reg keys the last one runs out in 2008-08-04, but as i said i cant get it to work...

    i'v tried just to run it and it says: that the file is not an registreringsdatabasesscript, but outhers got it to work..

    then i thoght i was a crack, and i tried to copy it to the program folder, but suprise suprise, my computer said that i dittent have promistionto do that..

    so help

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    singing_sol's Avatar ftn lover!!! BT Rep: +18BT Rep +18BT Rep +18BT Rep +18
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    mcafee thats a nice option becoz i've been using it for nearly 4 years and never a hich

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