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ZoneAlarm Pro firewall available for free on Tuesday (October 13)

Why a firewall? some functionality like preventing threats from remote login, blocking intruders from trying to access your computer, preventing installed programs like MS Word from making backdoor to your system, etc can only be provide with a firewall.

Moreover, a good software firewall has an important role to play in some particular cases such as when you planning to host a blog / website, connecting to a home or local network or playing games online, etc to protect against intrusion before they try to enter your computer.

Windows have built-in firewall, but unfortunately he is not enough to protect you from every threat. ZoneAlarm Pro Firewall is said to be one of the best, which includes two-way firewall, download monitoring, anti-phishing protection, plus a couple of advanced features.

For those interested, ZoneAlarm will give away free one year licenses to their ZoneAlarm Pro firewall on Oct 13 as part of their Patch Tuesday promo.

Visit here on 13 October to get ZoneAlarm Pro Firewall. [via]


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