Re: software or hardware firewall for broadband user please?
Date: 18 Jan 2005 20:08:06 -0600
What makes you say that?
Do some research on these entry level firewalls...
Sonicwall TZ150 (I believe its officially out now)
"Jason Edwards" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> If that is your choice for an external box then go for it.
> However, please don't install an entry level firewall box and then think
> that it will, on its own, protect you from anything that could be thrown
> you via Internet Explorer/Outlook Express/P2P file sharing. I know you
> but I've seen it happen.
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