ZoneAlarm sticks closer to the necessary features of a firewall and probably has largest database of whitelisted applications.i need firewall with good whitelisting ....that's very important and i hope to be loght as well
i don't like windows firewall at all
Hi, @mostafa96 .i see their forum and is see so much bugs
I see. I would suggest you install and ty it yourself to see what bugs you encountered, instead of reading and relying on what other people post about their bugs. It could be bug-free for you.i didn't use comodo for awhile
but i see their forum and is see so much bugs also my friend is using comodo and he tells me it's buggy
Using PF with settings for the most possible pop ups and no time outs (actual blocks) for 3 years or so now, I wonder how you guys feel about the aggressiveness of commonly whitelisted programs. Some programs, including MS Office 2007 (the only Office I have tested), seem to push the limits of security policy beyond what is necessary. I say this, because I relatively commonly block a behavior a single time with PF only to find out that the program functions fine.ZoneAlarm sticks closer to the necessary features of a firewall and probably has largest database of whitelisted applications.
It has been around for a long time than any firewall mention here on this thread.
My personal choice is Binisoft Windows Firewall Control.