Which free firewall do you use?

puddleduck00, Apr 1, 10:00pm
Is it just me or has Comodo become a piece of nagware!

little_egypt, Apr 1, 10:09pm
BusyBox v0.61.pre (2006.05.16-02:16+0000) Built-in shell (ash)
Enter 'help' for a list of built-in commands.

# iptables -V
iptables v1.2.6a

. Mostly just relying on the NAT rules though.

pyro_sniper2002, Apr 1, 10:10pm
The built in Windows one

cybertao, Apr 1, 10:10pm
When I used Windows, I swore by Kerio Firewall 2.1.5.It was the last of their freeware versions and the later ones became bloated.It's considered bad security practice to use older, unsupported software but it's the shizzle.

gasaxe, Apr 1, 10:16pm
I've always used Zone Alarm without a problem but untick all the extras they want to install.

babcorp, Apr 1, 10:38pm
yep agree nagware - good description.
Windows firewall along with my routers firewall is good enough for me, for now.

chnman, Apr 1, 11:43pm
That's going back! I remember using Kerio when I was still on Win98, preferred it to the ZoneAlarm that always seemed to "have issues". From memory, I think after the last free version, they went to v4 (skipped v3 or maybe they were beta testing and redesigned it, can't remember).

chnman, Apr 1, 11:47pm
If I wasn't using the firewall which is part of my internet security software, I would likely just use the Win7 one.

johnf_456, Apr 2, 12:48am
Windows 7 default plus my router.

gibler, Apr 2, 12:54am
just the built-in firewall to Win 7. Incoming Firewall also at the router.
Also I don't run unnecessary services.

mark.52, Apr 2, 1:09am
I've used Comodo, Kerio, and one other.can't remember it.

Currently use the Windows one.

nzoomed, Apr 2, 2:59am
its all you need

plus most routers have them built in anyway.

Who remembers Black Ice Defender!
It was supposed to be the bees knees back in the day. lol

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