Re: zonealarm question
From: Jon (jonny_at_nospam.hotmail.com)
Date: Mon, 03 May 2004 11:16:25 GMT
That was my concern. I have installed klite instead. I am not sure whether
that is more secure. I have not been able to connect to Klite as yet - as I
stated earlier, I think zonealarm is preventing access.
Would a router with inbuilt adsl modem prevent any potential hackers into my
computer via the P2P software?
What is IPSec, and how would this prevent problems? Can this be used in
conjunction with zonealarm? Is it a piece of software that is easy to
Thanks in advance
"Duane Arnold" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> "Jon" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Have installed zonealarm pro 4.5 on two computers. Both computers are
> > networked via a hub. I have ADSL connected onto one computer and have
> > windows XP networking to share this internet connection to the client
> > computer (also running XP). Both computers see each other fine. Internet
> > sharing is working fine as well.
> > Have just installed kazaaa on the client computer. However, it will not
> > connect. I have followed the instructions by allowing incoming and
> > UDP and TCP ports, port 1214 on both the main computer and the client
> > computer. Still no luck.
> > Suggestions most welcome
> I suggest that you implement IPsec to better secure the machines on the
> LAN setup behind ZA.
> Since you're messing around with the P2P's, something can easily takeout
> Duane :)