Re: Debating : FIREWALLS - "Commercial Product" or "Free Software" ?
Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2004 16:29:58 -0400
>What do you think about the question ?
Not much. Which firewall is best for you depends on a lot of factors, and price
is not at the top of the list. The best firewall for a given situation may cost
a lot of money, or it may be free. A home user with no server and a working
knowledge of TCP/IP can get all the protection he needs from one of the many
free/cheap home firewalls. A company with an extensive LAN and several public
servers should buy a top grade commercial firewall and hire a professional
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