Re: The Coalition against Personal Firewalls

Rod Engelsman <rod.engelsman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Go to You will find a small program that you
can use to "lock down" your computer. Yes, this site is the brainchild
of Volker Birk. I think he has done an excellent service here.

Thank you! But it's a little bit outdated now - for Windows XP, SP2
and the Windows-Firewall is enough. For older versions of Windows one
can use it, though. But: the real good work is Torsten's. I just made
a simple "point and click tool" out of his script.

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