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    ZoneAlarm causing connection to drop

    This is a discussion on ZoneAlarm causing connection to drop within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Connection is a lot quicker with Comodo now installed. And i have got no slow downs so far. Alls good...

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      Re: ZoneAlarm causing connection to drop

      Connection is a lot quicker with Comodo now installed.
      And i have got no slow downs so far.
      Alls good


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      Re: ZoneAlarm causing connection to drop

      Just one point I forgot to mention before, if you really want to test your software firewall, you have to turn off the one in the router. If you don't it is the router that is being tested and not the PC.

     

     
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