You don't want to do that. Setting up the system for the Matousec tests is not simple. On top of it, Matousec never disclosed the exact settings that they used for each software. For example, Matousec states they used the "maximum" settings. That is not as clear-cut as it seems. If they used the maximum settings for COMODO HIPS then they set it to Paranoid Mode. In Paranoid Mode CIS makes the system unusable because of the relentless, non-stop HIPS alerts for every single action on the system. PrivateWall at maximum settings to pass the Matousec Challenge suite is one thing, but meaningless in day-to-day use if those settings would generate so many alerts that the system is unusable. In some respects the Matousec Challenge was completely bogus.If you must use Private Firewall, install it and run it through the Matousec tests to see what gets through. Then run the Comodo Leak Test and see where it fails. Where PF fails the tests, boost security with other programs to match what is missing with something. Matousec test suite here (ssts 64 test):
Downloads - www.matousec.com
When evaluating security softs using various tests you have to keep everything in perspective. It makes no sense if a soft can pass a test with flying colors, but the settings used to pass the test make its usability crap.
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