[Dshield] Firewall Poll...
foo_tin at hotmail.com
Sat Mar 30 06:58:54 GMT 2002
I am new to your mailing list and finding out alot of topics that I
never thought possible. To the reply of the email, I run a small network
with a Desktop to a Notebook. The network is still new to me and learning as
I go, but atleast I got it to communicate. The protection than I run for my
*Norton Personal Firewall "I also flip back and forth to:"
*ZoneAlarm Pro (registered)
*Norton Anti Virus ( I hate McAfee)
*VisualZone Report Utility (how I found you)
*Spyblocker (for extra added security)
I have browsed all sorts of sites for hacking into my own puter and
firewall/port detection. When I ran those types of apps, I have found that
all my ports are stealthed and no leak is submitting to any outside
connections. I moniter everytime I get online very closely just incase for
any mysterous activity accurse (well lets face it, anyone and everyone would
hate to get a nasty and mean virus or worm from the net, or even worse; a
So if anyone has good tips on networking is much obliged.
----- Original Message -----
From: "James Schuneman" <jschunem at webfocus.com>
To: <list at dshield.org>
Sent: Thursday, March 28, 2002 12:28 AM
Subject: Re: [Dshield] Firewall Poll...
> I have been using a SonicWALL SOHO/10 with VPN for almost 3 years now. I
> have rolled up my own reporting tool so I can monitor this SonicWALL and
> others from one location. About almost finished with adding in reporting
> for DShield from the SonicWALL.
> At 03:35 PM 3/27/2002 -0800, you wrote:
> >It might be interesting and useful to run a poll and see what firewalls
> >Dshield list members are running, what version, what hardware and if
> >business or personal. Maybe run a new poll every 6 months or once a year
> >see trends.
> >Being a Raptor/ SEF fan, I'd look into that before making any descisions.
> >A bullet-proof firewall server appliance also appeals to me.
> >There are several top-notch firewalls out there now, and I totally agree
> >with the comment about Microsoft and security below.
> > KM>But that's in part because I am generally disdainful of
> >software, especially when advertised for
> > "security" purposes, and because some of their claims are of
> >questionable veracity.
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