The world's first sandboxing-style personal firewall solution.
Average users find it difficult to setup and use your typical firewall and security program. For most average users, program popups and questions are confusing. There is always the chance a user will make the wrong choice and allow malware to cause damage to their system.
DefenseWall Personal Firewall is a different kind of security program. You won't even notice it's installed and providing the highest firewall and system protection.
DefenseWall HIPS (Host-based Intrusion Prevention System) is based on a sandboxing approach that uses rights restrictions and partial virtualization. It now comes with an integrated firewall. What this means in simple terms is that malicious files will not have the 'rights' to perform any unwanted changes to your system or be able to make any unwanted connections. Give DefenseWall Personal Firewall a try to fully assess its capabilities!
eTrust Personal Firewall 5.5.114 eTrust Personal Firewall will provide complete, industrial-strength hacker and privacy protection, with an easy-to-use interface and pre-loaded settings that take the guesswork out of security » 11.08.2006 - 8.92 MB - 98/ME/2K/XP - Trial, $29.99
ATGuard 3.22 A great program for protecting your computer from hacker attacks and trojan horses. Plus many other useful features, including blocking of banners etc » 15.02.2001 - 1,5 MB - 98/ME/2K - Free
pcInternet Patrol 3.2.4 pcInternet Patrol is the first firewall to use a web-based white-list of authenticated executables. Its immense database allows the user to verify the authenticity and safety of any executable file automatically and in real-time » 20.04.2005 - 86 KB - 98/ME/XP - Shareware, $79.95
PortsLock 1.9 PortsLock is a filtering firewall for Windows NT/2000/XP and Windows 2003 Server that fully supports user-level security » 13.05.2006 - 1.61 MB - XP/2K3 - Trial, $
Core Force 0.95.167 Core Force is the first community oriented security solution for personal computers. It is free and provides a comprehensive endpoint security solution for Windows 2000 and Windows XP systems » 21.01.2007 - 19.5 MB - 2K/XP - Free
Ashampoo Firewall 1.20 You probably know that you need a firewall program to use the Internet safely. In addition to protecting you against attacks from the Internet, a good firewall will also tell you when programs installed on your computer are trying to phone home and enable you to prevent them from doing it » 10.04.2007 - 4.08 MB - 98/ME/2K/XP - Free
BlackICE PC Protection 3.6 crq BlackICE teams a personal firewall with an advanced intrusion detection system to constantly watch your Internet connection for suspicious behavior » 17.08.2008 - 6.75 MB - 98/ME/2K/XP - Trial, $39.95
Avast Internet Security 18.6.3983.0 avast! provides a package of applications that aim to protect your computer from a possible virus infection or other malware threat » 21.08.2018 - 218.99 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Trial, $
Windows Firewall Control 126.96.36.199 Windows Firewall Control is a small and easy to use application that runs in your system tray and provides quick access to the most frequent options used from Windows Firewall. » 01.08.2018 - 3.29 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Free
Outpost Firewall Pro 9.3 (4934.708.2079) Automatic, intelligent protection against hackers and trojans as well as against other threats and nuisances such as all sorts of pop-ups and adverts » 01.12.2015 - 42.72 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Trial, $
Privatefirewall 188.8.131.52 Privatefirewall is a personal firewall and intrusion detection application that protects your computer from hackers and Trojan horses » 20.12.2013 - 3.58 MB - Windows XP/Vista/7 - Free
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