Re: Problem with Kerio - please help!

From: Alan Illeman (
Date: 05/26/04

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    Date: Tue, 25 May 2004 20:24:33 -0400

    "Skywise" <> wrote in message
    > "Alan Illeman" <> wrote in
    > <Snipola>
    > > This firewall is still being tweaked, but I haven't had any viruses in 4
    > > weeks.
    > <Snipola>
    > For some reason I'm having difficulty with this statement. 4 weeks?
    > I've been internetting for about 8+ years and I have had a firewall
    > less than half that time.
    > In all that time I've only been infected once, about two months ago.
    > It was my own fault though. I connected to the net with an out of the
    > box win2k system with no firewall. But it was no big deal as it was
    > a test setup and I was planning on reformatting anyway.
    > Perhaps I'm just lucky.

    Maybe. I've been using Win95 since its inception without a firewall
    until March of this year - and never had a virus. A newer machine,
    newer software, and voila - all manner of problems. Prior to March
    I didn't really know what a firewall was!


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