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Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by NITRO1250, Jan 21, 2007.

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    Hello, I currently have a router firewall plus my computer's firewall and I am also running Peer Guardian 2 (latest updates). Is this good protection or what else can I do to keep protected? I am not downloading anything illegal, but I hate it when Paramount Pictures Corp keeps HTTP attacking me when I am trying to surf online. SO annoying...

    What does everyone do to stay protected? Thanks in advance!
     
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    Thanks for the reply, but I already found that one. Sorry. I was asking for ways to be protected from hack attacks online and ways to proxy/encrypt data that is free (gnu stuff). Thanks!
     
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    Well, if you want to proxy everything you do, then look into this...
    http://www.torrify.com/

    Or, you can just use onlines proxies like proxylord.com

    TO be protected form hackers, all you need is a firewall. :)
     
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    Interesting... I just got I2P, but I am still trying to figure out how to get everything to work. I am mainly concerned with keeping myself safe online and annoymous. That is my majoy concern.
     
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    Torpark would do the job great then - if that's what you need. :)
     
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    Great. Does it work for all internet applications (eg. p2p, browser, games)?
     
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    No, what it is, is an adaptation of Mozilla FireFox that routes your internet browing through another server. It's like Fireox with a built in proxy server lol.

    Read about it at the site I linked to up a few posts ^^

    :)
     
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    This program is really cool! I am using it right now. The only problem that I see with it is that it is not a FF mod/addon so I would have to open up the file each time to be secure. I mainly use IE7 as my browser so if FF is only for "secure" connections, then I really don't mind. Thanks again for the info! I just like being safe online and not getting hacked and stuff.
     

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