Firewall for Vista 64 bit

  sharpamat 17:38 PM 25 May 09
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having had no luck in any responces in Helproom thought Id Try here click here

Having run Zone alarm pro for many years I now have a Vista 64bit OS. which ZA does not support.

Can anyone suggest a simular firewall which supports 64 bit systems and has the same ease of use of a two way firewall

  acein1 18:51 PM 25 May 09

why not use vista,s own firewall and set it to monitor outgoing as well as incomming, nevwe had a problem with it in 9 years (even before vista when it only checked incomming)

  User-1229748 20:54 PM 25 May 09

i think comodo is compatible with vista 64click here

  Teaboy 17:02 PM 26 May 09

I use AVG purchased on my 64bits. But I would be very happy with Vista's own.

  ened 07:45 AM 28 May 09

I don't believe you need another firewall, especially if you have a router.

I have been running ultimate 64 for over eighteen months and the only security I am using is the inbuilt firewall and Avast free.

This site click here which seems to be reputable tells me that it can not see me!

  User-1229748 09:30 AM 28 May 09

yes shields up is a well thought of site.

  sharpamat 08:31 AM 30 May 09

Thanks for your answers Personally I disagree with the statements that no extra firewall is needed.I have used Zone alarm for many years and never had a problem with any of the many problems that others have ( and I was operating before the Win 95 was introduced )

As with anything it is personal choice, Vista is an OS and security is ofered by others as a specilised area. On almost every new system ( even those running Vista 64bit ) the option to install security is offered.

If the makers feel it is required one must decide if it should be ignored or not. As no working alternative as been put foward, I shall click this as resolved and look elsewher to find what suits my needs.

Many thanks

  AL47 11:01 AM 30 May 09

i disabled my firewall and ran that test, still all passed

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