The Great Wall: The Firewall
The following are examples of personal firewalls currently on the market.
ZoneAlarm – This is a free utility to lock down TCP traffic for Windows 95/98/NT/2000. It installs a system tray utility that you can turn off and on.
BlackICE Defender is an anti-hacker system that scans your DSL, cable modem or dial-up connection for hacker activity. Once it detects an intrusion, it automatically blocks traffic from the source.
McAfee Personal Firewall works on Windows 95/98 machines. You configure it to log and ignore packets that may potential crash your computer. It also protects your computer against malicious Trojans.
Sygate Personal Firewall protects your data from vicious intruders. Perfect for DSL and cable connections.
Norton Internet Security 2001 is a personal firewall that protects your computer against hackers, viruses and keeps your personal data safe.
ESafe Desktop is a free comprehension content protection suite for PCs. It protects your system against viruses, vandals, inappropriate content and data exposure.
With the wave of broadband technology comes the wave of concern for security. Hackers prey on the vulnerability of your software to steal information and vandalize your system. Protecting your system and data from malicious attacks is of the utmost importance. Don’t become a victim, just put up a wall. A firewall.
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