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I'm still using Sygate Pro, even though those evil Symantec scumbags bought it and scrapped it in favour of their own bag of sh*te Norton thing. It's still an excellent firewall - doesn't work with Vista apparently - but I've been thinking about changing it, either for Outpost, which last time I tried it, was ok for a while then stopped all email traffic dead, or Comodo, which is free but has had very mixed reports. Any comments on either of these would be most welcome.

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ah, that is swearing, Both terrible. You may aswell have a virus in your PC, the amount of resources those firewalls eat.

I reckon we rename the thread "Lofty and Mod's end of season rant thread"

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Norton's Firewall? Apart from being bloaded and full of holes, it's fine. Same with the parent company, Symantec (scuse the language), truly evil people with a long-standing history track record of buying up superior products from rival companies and either ruining them scrapping them completely.

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dont ever use norton. it installs itself into everythin and corrupts all kinds if it goes wrong. and it will go wrong. try kaspersky. best ive found. or avg if you dont wanna spend any money.

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