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two firewalls

Postby titus12 » Fri, 11 Jul 2008 04:14:28 GMT

It is not in the control panel's Add/Remove Programs.  Something has
hijacked my internet connection.

Thank you,
David







Re: two firewalls

Postby Ken Blake, MVP » Fri, 11 Jul 2008 04:19:42 GMT





It's a result of Microsoft  Update KB951748. Zonealarm isn't
compatible with it.

 








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Re: two firewalls

Postby db.. > » Fri, 11 Jul 2008 05:54:48 GMT

there is info at betanews
about the update by microsoft
to the dns.

frankly i have never been
a fan of zaterous and comode
freewares for a variety
of reasons and have no
issue of telling people
not to bother with them.

in any case your msg
sounds that at least they did
not hijack your system.

-- 

db..<><)))





> It is not in the control panel's Add/Remove Programs.  Something ha>
> hijacked my internet connection>
> Thank you>
> Davi>
> "John John (MVP<" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >ca> wrote in messag>




Re: two firewalls

Postby mememe » Fri, 11 Jul 2008 06:25:21 GMT










recommended to uninstall Microsoft  Update KB951748 until a fix is pushed 
out 



Re: two firewalls

Postby Rick » Fri, 11 Jul 2008 07:22:14 GMT










no computer is going to like to have two firewalls running at the same 
time.  good advice put KB951748 in the nether world

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