Rising Firewall 2008

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    "Not a very good software for free trial for 30 days"

    September 13, 2008  |   By cindymollybutch


    The only thing good about this software is you can update until your 30 day are up.


    I do not recommend this software


    I am still using Windows 98SE, and ever since I installed the free trial that I have used for 16 days. I have never seen so much spam through my email from foreign countries, that I have never received before. I have found more Trojans with my spyware and antivirus that I have never had before. I will stick to my old faithful Filseclab firewall for Windows 98.

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