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ZoneAlarm Pro Antivirus+Firewall. Stop the toughest viruses and spyware, and block the most sophisticated hackers. Nov 17,  · Nov 14, #1. I used to run ZoneAlarm with 98 and I intended to do the same with XP (I don’t trust Microsoft’s supposedly built-in firewall, either in effectiveness or intent). But XP’s internet works different than 98, and I think I keep tripping something I’m not supposed to be tripping. ZoneAlarm will often ask me if some blank program. Nov 08,  · ZoneAlarm has ended the life of Windows XP support in ZoneAlarm products. If you currently own a paid version for Windows XP you can continue to use it and renew your subscription online. We no longer sell the XP version for new purchases. The last compatible version of ZoneAlarm for XP is Please contact Support by live chat if you need to re-download the XP version.

 

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ZoneAlarm Pro Antivirus+Firewall. Stop the toughest viruses and spyware, and block the most sophisticated hackers. ZoneAlarm is only compatible with MS Windows Defender, and is not compatible with any other anti-malware software. To install ZoneAlarm, you must first uninstall other anti-malware software. Otherwise, you may experience OS stability and computer performance issues. ZoneAlarm for Windows XP (32/64 bit) ZoneAlarm for Windows XP – a multifunctional antivirus utility designed to protect your PC from all sorts of virus threats. The application includes a set of protective tools that prevent the entry of worms, infected files and spam scripts. Using the network screen tool, users can block independent access of programs to the network functions of the OS, thus stopping .
 
 
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Joined Feb 14, Messages I used to run ZoneAlarm with 98 and I intended to do the same with XP I don’t trust Microsoft’s supposedly built-in firewall, either in effectiveness or intent. But XP’s internet works different than 98, and I think I keep tripping something I’m not supposed to be tripping.

ZoneAlarm will often ask me if some blank program should access the internet or act as a server i. I think I have to say yes to that, because I said no once and now I cannot access the internet while ZoneAlarm is working. This blank program, however, does not show up in ZoneAlarm’s list of programs, so there is no way that I can turn it on. There are also other programs in there that are apparently part of XP, like the Application Layer Gateway and the Win32 services or something, and I’m not sure what they do.

I’d like to give as little access to the internet to all of these internal processes as possible while still being able to access the internet. I haven’t been able to receive ICQ file transfers lately, although I was able to in 98, and I’m wondering if these programs are somehow to blame. I think they might have some effect, but since they are visible, I can remove them, but that doesn’t help; I think that blank program is the key, but there’s no way to get it back or to get Zone Alarm to ask me about that program again.

Is anyone else running ZoneAlarm with XP, have they gotten it to work, and if so, do you know exactly what you have to allow in order to access the internet and what you can bar? Joined Dec 2, Messages 2, I run ZoneAlarm with XP and also experience the unknown program asking to get out.

Once I said No and couldn’t access the Internet. Other times when I’ve said No, I can still get online. I don’t know what it is! Other than that, the only programs I’ve allowed access from the top of my head because I’m not at home right now are my browsers, Liveupdate, and message subsystem or whatever for Outlook.

There may be one or two more. I’ll let you know later tonight when I get home. Joined Aug 31, Messages 3, Tried the built in firewall XP has and went to grc.

Installed Tiny Personal Firewall and it was secure. Neither one seems to affect my speed for surfing or downloading. The site for grc. Joined Oct 25, Messages It also stops any access to the network over my LAN so others sharing my internet cant get on. Zone Labs, sort your act out! Im going to try Norton Firewall , i hated but i heard good things about Joined Aug 27, Messages I got the latest Zone Alarm and had NO problems. It worked “too” well.

So it got uninstalled quick. I got ZoneAlarm to let me use the internet, but now it doesn’t seem to ever remember certain settings. Every time I boot, it asks me if it wants Generic Host Process for Win32 Services to act as a server, and then if blank program can act as a server, even though I say remember my settings.

What’s up with that? The only firewall I have ever run into that was causing problems, was Zone Alarm. I used it myself for a long time with no problems. The only fact that I am trying to state is that I have never found Black Ice, Tiny Personal Firewall or any other one causing a problem.

Just my experience for what it’s worth. Joined Mar 15, Messages 1, I was going to start a new thread til I saw this one What I wanted to know was whether the Win XP firewall: 1 is any use 2 can be disabled to allow an alternartive firewall to be used. I guess these questions have kind of been answered here already, so here’s some new ones I will be installing XP shortly and haven’t used a firewall myself before.

I’ve been round this site long enough to know that most people reccommend ZA cos it’s ‘relatively’ straight forward and capable, and of course, free. Or is TPF worth a look instead? Or some other alternative? What’s the problem with the WinXP firewall? Also, out of interest, how big in Mbs are these firewalls? My brother has been running his PC with no firewal and no AV software for about a year! I downloaded AVG and installed it about a week ago, and it found no problems, no resident viruses.

Last night, AVG picked up the Nimda worm on his system! I think he’d ran some uninstall program that must have contained the worm. Cheers, Gram.

Joined Mar 9, Messages 8, Howdy Gram For internet connection I had to allow Generic Host Process for Win32 Services to connect but not allow to act as server. Cheers Buck – I appreciate your comments. Do you mean you are running both firewalls in tandem? I figured you’d use one or the other, or that the XP one might interfere with ZA. And is ZA running fine on your system? Anyone else got answers to my other qs? Thanks Gram. Gram ” What’s the problem with the WinXP firewall?

Cheers again Buck. I’ll keep the the URL for this thread handy for when I eventually do get set up est. March ! The rate at which PCs improve seems to greatly surpass that of other technological media. Since buying my base unit and all prior to setting it up , I’ve bought and perhaps felt that I had to buy an additional Mb memory, a set of Mercury speakers with a sub-woofer, a 17″ monitor, a GeForce 2 – 64Mb MX graphics card my PC came with 16Mb onboard graphics , and Win XP will be installed on or around Chrsitmas day!

But the system already seems outdated. Especially by the advances in processor capacity. Ah well, we still have a handful of PCs at work running on Celeron Mhz with 32Mb memory and Win 95, so that makes me feel a bit better. As Seen On.