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    It seems most of the members using default firewall which comes up with windows sp2. I'm no different, I'm using the same.
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    Windows Xp Sp2 Firewall Is The Best

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    I've tried PC Firewall. Very GUI friendly. Installs in a pinch. And free too.

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    I m using PC Tools Firewall Plus and i m very comfortable with it,
    it is user friendly,does not slow system and i can control all traffic coming and going from my pc easily.so my vote is for pc tool firewall plus.

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    Using the Windows Firewall as well.

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    I m a fan of KIS and I use the firewall that comes with it !!!
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    Bitdefender is a pretty good one, but the default windows firewall also works well
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    Kaspersky's firewall is the best for me. I'm happy with it. No problem so far.

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    Windows built-in inbound firewall (it is my choice too) is good for a non-compromised computer only. If you can be sure that you have no infection, then some third party program cannot send out sensitive information from your computer to the hacker through a back door and you don't need outbound protection. In this case, you should have in place a good anti-virus and anti-malware programs.

    Outbound firewall make only sense if you perfectly know what you should block. If you allow everything to go out, it is the same like you don't have a firewall at all. It can be a pretty annoying to handle all those pop up windows with "allow" and "deny" messages...

    Some firewalls can even crash your computer. It happened once to me because of it's bad driver.

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    i prefer my wall on fire.

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