Anyway.. I'm obviously in the market for a new firewall. My main concern is how ram-intensive it is. When it worked, ZoneAlarm was nice and fast. When it didn't... well, everything went to sh*t. I tried out Norton for a year on my second PC, and even though I don't use it as much, it was more of a hassle than anything (it goes without saying that Norton products are out of the question).
It would be nice to have the ability to allow or deny a program access to the internet in the same fashion that ZoneAlarm has. It should also be able to handle huge amounts of internet traffic (24Mbit connection), from multiple applications, 24/7 without missing a beat or slowing anything down.
Any suggestions/input/ideas would be appreciated. I've looked over some webpages with firewall rankings, but I don't trust many because there are always other factors in play ($$$). I'm just looking for the opinion of somebody who know what they're talking about and has experience with (multiple?) firewalls.
Edited by .Prodigy., 03 May 2007 - 05:28 PM.