VNC with Zone Alarm
grant.mcdorman "at" cedara.com
Mon Jun 24 21:55:03 2002
Look for Kerio Personal Firewall. The old version of Tiny was picked up
here; apparently some of the original developers went with it. Kerio
includes some additional features over Tiny.
Like Tiny, Kerio is free for home use. I have it currently installed on my
home machine in WinXP - although I rarely connect to the 'net from XP
(usually from Linux, where I feel safer).
According to Alex Morris:
> Tiny Personal Firewall (http://www.tinysoftware.com/)
> Personally, I think the most recent incarnation (v3) sucks big time,
> though v2.15 was very good (and free).
> Blue screen of death is the slang term for a Windows Stop Error, which
> is, basically, a fatal exception. The kernel of the operating system
> decides that it doesn't want to play any more (for whatever reason),
> halts the system and displays some hieroglyphics in a very tasteful
> white-on-blue colour scheme in an attempt to explain why it decided to
> throw a tantrum.
> In message <000b01c21ba2$d45a6120$c971a8c0 "at" OrlandoOps1>, Ted Cashion
> <tcashion "at" traffic.com> writes
> >What is Tiny? Is the "blue screen of death" a fatal exception screen?
> >Because I have ZA and have had problems with fatal exceptions.
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Grant McDorman <grant.mcdorman "at" cedara.com>, Sr. Software Design Consultant
Cedara Software Corp. <URL:http://www.cedara.com>
(formerly I.S.G. Technologies Inc.)
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
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