Re: Blackice Firewall

From: Duane Arnold (
Date: 04/03/05

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    "Redmond du Barrymond" <redmond@STUFFIT.invalid> wrote in message
    > On Sun, 03 Apr 2005 18:28:09 GMT, Duane Arnold <>
    > wrote:
    >>BlackIce has had its problems along with the rest of them and is no worst
    >>than the others IMHO. Anything that's running with the O/S and is facing
    >>the Internet is very vulnerable to attack period. PFW(s) should not be
    >>called FW(s) when used to protect a single machine with a direct
    >>to the Internet as they are not separating two networks. I don't know what
    >>you can call it but it's not a FW in the true sense of being a FW.;-)
    >>Duane :)
    > Where's all the other threads recommending Black Ice then? Ding! Ding!
    > Ding! Anyone home?

    Once again, only someone with some technical expertise really knows how to
    use BI effectively and apparently you have none to speak of. You're a
    clueless home user running around loose in the NG. You ran to the Gibson
    site of all things to run too for some supporting evidence and did a little
    reading and think you know something.

    BI just happens to combine the two technologies.

    You need to do a little reading and learn and basically stop posting
    non-sense and insulting people like you're some kind of *clown* from *Hell*.

    The same BI engine for the pc is the same one that's being used in some
    ISS's enterprise IDS solutions.

    Duane :)

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