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Windows 7: Is threatfire 3 still a viable option for protection?

14 Jun 2014   #11

Windows 10 Pro

Agreed. I was just pointing out the internal comparison of the firewall. For Outgoing zonealarm is really good.

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14 Jun 2014   #12

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

I have moved on to EAM with Private firewall (HIPS Disabled),Avg Link scanner,Sandboxie

also I have security extensions in my comodo dragon browser to protect me from phishing sites

I just wanted to know if it was still a viable option thanks for the help!
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