NeT Firewall

NeT Firewall

NeT Firewall is a comprehensive stateful firewall solution
 
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NeT Firewall is a comprehensive stateful firewall solution built to protect Windows-based systems not currently protected by a firewall. Stateful inspection technology tracks each packet traversing the firewall and makes sure that they are legitimate. A stateful inspection firewall also monitors the state of the connection and compiles the information in a state table ensuring that the source and destination of each packet is valid. NeT Firewall is more secure than application-based personal firewalls, yet less expensive than high-end firewalls, providing comprehensive intrusion protection. Don't need logged on user to load firewall rules and start packet filtering engine (option "Start Firewall engine on system start up").

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