Re: Installing a firewall over another...

From: mhicaoidh (mhic_aoidh_at_hotNïXmailSPä
Date: 07/16/03

Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2003 14:34:57 GMT

Taking a moment's reflection, R Green mused:
| But, what I was thinking was to see if one will be used
| to monitor the other so that one knows if the other is trying to pull a
| fast one on us.. ie. one is indeed a "trojan"...???
| I've always have this uneasy feeling to trust such program such as ZA or
| Kerio that purports to "protect" you...

    If I had that much mistrust, frankly, I wouldn't use either ... of
course, I probably wouldn't use a computer either.

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