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41. Norton Internet Security 1.0
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42. Microsoft Mobile Information Server
$829.99 $795.75 list($909.00)
43. Symantec AntiVirus Small Business
$34.99 $29.00 list($49.99)
44. Zone Alarm Pro 4
$19.99 $11.99
45. Internet Child Protection
$539.99 $530.15 list($591.00)
46. Symantec Client Security Small
$32.99 $12.99 list($39.99)
47. Xelerate SpyPC 8.0
$24.99 list($69.99)
48. Panda Platinum Internet Security
$79.99 $36.49 list($99.99)
49. Norton AntiVirus Professional
$149.99 list($299.00)
50. SBS SMALL BUSINESS SERVER 2000
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51. Spyware Killer Pro
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52. StealthSurf Pro
$669.99 $644.57 list($999.99)
53. Symantec Security Gateway SGS
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54. Symantec AntiVirus Small Business
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55. Microsoft UPG WIN SMALL BUSINESS
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56. Norton AntiVirus 7.0/Norton Personal
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57. ZoneAlarm Wireless Security
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58. Stomp Firewall X-treme
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59. Microsoft UPGWIN SMALL BUSINESS
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60. SpyPC 7.0

41. Norton Internet Security 1.0
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B000050NQM
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 4798
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Home users who want to secure their Mac from unwanted intruders andvirus attacks will find Norton Internet Security 1.0 an invaluable package. Thecombination of a simple--yet effective--firewall, Norton's best-selling AntiVirusapplication, and iClean from Aladdin Systems which cleans up and removes unwantedWeb-related files, this software provides an integrated security solution for Mac users whospend much of their time online.

Installation is quick and easy, guiding you through checking your Mac forviruses before you install, and only requiring you to select the level of virusprotection you require. NortonAntiVirus 7.0 not only protects you from a huge list of viruses--includingMacro viruses, which are the most common form of virus on the Mac--but it evenscans e-mail attachments as you download them, allowing you to stop an infectedfile before it reaches your computer. Basic configuration of Norton AntiVirus 7.0 is simple, requiring you to simply select a protection level from "NoProtection," if you prefer to scan for viruses manually, to "Full Protection,"which not only scans all files and applications whenever you use them, but alsowatches for virus-like activity, which could indicate that you have a new virusthat is not in the database. Keeping the application and its essential virusdefinitions up to date is made simple by the LiveUpdate feature, which allowsyou to download new versions manually when you are online, or at scheduledtimes.

The most striking feature of NortonPersonal Firewall 1.0, also included, is its simplicity. Once you run thesoftware installer and restart your Mac, you are protected from all forms ofunauthorized access from the Internet, and that's practically all there is toit. Using Norton Personal Firewall 1.0 for the first time, it's surprising tosee just how many attempts are made to access your computer without yourpermission during an average session on the Net.

In its default configuration, the firewall blocks all access to your Mac by FileSharing over TCP/IP, Program Linking over TCP/IP, Web Sharing, and All Others.We found that setting all of these access types to Deny All Access caused someminor problems with services such as anonymous ftp. However, temporarilydisabling Norton Personal Firewall 1.0 only requires a single click on thefirewall control strip module. In addition, with the advanced preferences inNorton Personal Firewall 1.0, you can either list specific IP addresses, whichare allowed access to your Mac, or list the IP addresses, which may not haveaccess. Finally, Aladdin Systems iClean provides a quick and simple way to cleanout unwanted Internet-related files such as browser caches, cookies, and pagehistory files.

Mac users who spend much of their time online, and particularly those withalways-on Internet access such as ADSL and cable modems, will find this suite ofsecurity applications an effective way of maintaining peace of mind with minimumfuss. --Daniel Jardine ... Read more

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars a "must-have" for Mac's connected to the internet
I bought an iBook and hooked it up to the internet on my cable modem at home via the airport card, and I must say it is a pleasure to surf the internet at home at these speeds. But when I got to work the next day and started telling people about this, everyone asked "Do you have a firewall?"

At first, owning firewall software seemed excessively cautious. Who would want to access my computer? But one person told me how there computer was 'hijacked' unbeknownst to him, and used in an internet denial-of-service attack. Another person, who has a firewall, told me that he couldn't believe how often his computer was 'probed', and how his firewall protected his computer.

So I bought this software on their advice, and it was a good investment. It is very easy to install and configure the firewall. And it comes with Norton Anti-virus, which is useful for preventing viruses. And it comes with Alladin iClean which is useful for cleaning up after an internet session -- you wouldn't believe all the cookies, caches, and history files that are created after a session.

This is good value for the money...and a must-have if your Mac is on the internet. ... Read more


42. Microsoft Mobile Information Server Enterpise 2002 with 5 Omas

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Asin: B00005RV4V
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 9146
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43. Symantec AntiVirus Small Business 9.0 - 25 User
list price: $909.00
our price: $829.99
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Asin: B00022KIHQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 1577
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Features

  • Powerful, easy-to-manage protection for small businesses
  • Automatically removes viruses, worms, and Trojan horses
  • Detects certain non-virus threats, including spyware and adware
  • Provides automatic and on-demand security updates
  • Centralizes installation, configuration, and maintenance

44. Zone Alarm Pro 4
list price: $49.99
our price: $34.99
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Asin: B0000ADY4K
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Broderbund
Sales Rank: 1424
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • The powerful Personal Firewall protects you from any online spies, viruses, trojans or other threats
  • Complete Mailsafe tool blocks suspicious inbound and outbound emails
  • Automatic Intrusion Blocking recognizes, blocks and logs dangerous threats
  • Cache Cleaner and cookie control eliminates traces of your Internet activity
  • Hacker Tracking pinpoints the origin of anyone who tries to break into your system

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Does the job. And does it well.
Quite frankly, Zone Alarm Pro 4 (ZAP) does the job. And does the job well. With customizable setting for programs and websites, and configurable popups to let you, the user, choose what exactly is and isn't allowed to access the internet, ZAP is essential.

Well, you might ask, "So what? A firewall is supposed to block things like that." Yes, that's true, but ZAP continually asks for permissions. Annoying? Hardly. It lets you know that it is doing the job. You can mark a popup to set it so that program can always access the internet, or you can let it access the internet for only that time, or vice versa. Think something is running in the background and slowing your computer by constantly connecting to the internet?

Chances are that is possible. It was for me. I had a lot of programs connecting to the internet that definitely should NOT have been doing so. Zone Alarm Pro 4 gave me that window and, without knowing what the program was, inspected it further. Long story short - it never happened again.

It keeps a continuous log and permission screen so you can examine/change anything. It keeps a running counter to let you know how many intrusions ZAP has blocked since the installation.

The only problem with ZAP is that it might be too confusing for those without any computer experience. However, it is a necessity and is a MUST. Security is vital.

1-0 out of 5 stars Nope nope nope
Product activation code is supposed to arrive within two-three business days by email. This took three weeks. And you MUST have it to run the software. After finally getting the code, we had many problems with the software BUT could not return it because by that time, the return period expired. If you have a home network, this is not a good choice.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Firewall Software
After experiencing extreme frustration with Norton Internet Security, I bought this product as a test. I reformatted my hard drive and installed all the factory default drivers and programs, along with Norton Antivirus and Zone Alarm Pro. I have not had a problem since.

When first connecting to the Internet you have to specify which programs you want to grant access to. What is very helpful in this software is that you can ask for more information and Zone Alarm will tell you what program is associated with the .exe attempting to gain access, along with a recommendation. Once you have your primary programs configured (and configuration is easy), everything else is seamless.

I am very very pleased with the ease of setup and integration of this software with my antivirus program. I would recommend this product any day over Norton's firewall or Internet security programs.

1-0 out of 5 stars I was ONCE a big fan of Zonealarm....
...but the latest versions seem to have gone the same way as Symantec's buggy bloatware. After years as a loyal paying customer, I have uninstalled ZA from all my computers. Agnitum's Outpost Firewall is what I'm using now - and it's been problem-free.

The last few versions of ZA have given me nothing but trouble. I couldn't see flash animations on my preferred homepage. I couldn't complete certain transactions online without turning ZA off, completely defeating its purpose. I couldn't read some websites at all, and others loaded slowly, excruciating slowly, even though I have cable and most pages load with lightning speed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Zone Alarm Pro 4 a hit
I purchased Zone Alarm Pro 4 after researching several of the firewall products out there. I was skeptical at first since I didn't really know much about Broderbund's line of products, but after using the product for several weeks I can say that I am extremely pleased with its performance, reliability, and ability to block unwanted users, content, etc. One of my other concerns was that it would conflict with my Norton Antivirus program, but it has not done so at all and has worked seamlessly with it.

The program has an easy to use interface, but comes with many options to suit the more advanced user as well. It will setup the most common programs that you use to access the internet automatically, and then ask permission for other programs that you want to use as well and allow them access to your server/internet connection. You also have the option of turning off all the messages and letting it block things on it's own, but I normally like to see what content it's taking care of.

It does a great job of blocking pop-up ads, and I have not seen one since I have installed the program. It also comes with several email features that I have not used, but may come in handy for others. Overall, it is a worthy product that comes at a cheaper price than some of the other options out there. You get a year of free upgrades, and you do have to register it online with Broderbund to get the upgrades. ... Read more


45. Internet Child Protection
list price: $19.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0006JI3C2
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Cosmi
Sales Rank: 6044
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Features

  • Give children the safest Internet experience possible - Block online access during specific times, filter profanity, restrict downloads and set surf-time limits
  • Customizable parent settings restricts chat room and Web access, while blocking keywords related to nudity, violence or drugs
  • Panic Button technology alerts parents when their children are viewing threatening content, with a loud alarm and evidence capturing
  • Online tracking monitors your child's online activities when you're away - record Web and user addresses, dates and times

46. Symantec Client Security Small Business 2.0 - 10 User
list price: $591.00
our price: $539.99
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Asin: B00022KII0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 8915
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Features

  • Powerful, multi-layer security in one easy-to-manage solution
  • Up-to-date protection against viruses, hackers, and blended threats
  • Cutting-edge firewall protection and intrusion detection
  • Centralized management tools facilitate automatic, timely protection
  • Updates and professional support whenever new threats emerge

47. Xelerate SpyPC 8.0
list price: $39.99
our price: $32.99
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Asin: B0001AN1EQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Global Marketing Partners
Sales Rank: 5339
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Features

  • Offers rigorous access control to the Internet
  • Effectively restricts access to certain parts of the PC
  • Provides stealth surveillance functions for viewing how the PC is used
  • Log keystrokes in chat rooms; create secret screenshots; and more
  • Puts complete control back in the hands of parents

48. Panda Platinum Internet Security
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B0002PE14E
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Global Marketing Partners
Sales Rank: 5228
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Features

  • Complete security solution for businesses and professionals
  • Protects against viruses, hackers, spam, spyware, and more
  • Intelligent protection against unknown viruses and intruders
  • Web content filtering; immediate automatic updates
  • Tech support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year

49. Norton AntiVirus Professional & Personal Firewall 2004 Bundle
list price: $99.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B0000DBIHV
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 3910
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • AntiVirus and Personal Firewall for advanced protection and solid defense
  • Norton AntiVirus protects email, instant messages, and other files
  • Norton Personal Firewall keeps hackers out and personal data in
  • Expanded threat detection alerts you to hacking programs like spyware
  • Advanced tools for data recovery and secure file deletion

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Buggy and tech support is virtually non-existent.
Buggy buggy buggy! On one computer, I can only get NPF to load on 1/3 of all boots (warm or cold). On my other computer, the central (yet separate) updating program -- Symantec LiveUpdate -- automatically CHANGES its connectivity options ITSELF nearly every day, which causes the "LiveUpdate settings" to become "corrupt," making updating either NPF or NAV impossible unless. . . .

One goes through a cumbersome process of scanning the entire hard drive(s) for LiveUpdate's configuration settings, removes them manually, goes to the control panel to reconfigure NEW settings, and then reboots. This works (temporarily) to fix the problem, but it takes about 10 minutes. Do that 10-12 times per week, and you can imagine the frustration factor.

Periodically, this "quick" fix fails, and I have to go through a bizarrely convoluted "uninstall" process for Symantec LiveUpdate. This LENGTHY process is outlined in a "repair" document that, when the screen type is set to "smallest," requires 6 (SIX) pages of paper to describe and about 45 minutes to actually execute.

When that "repair" no longer works, Symantec tech "support" suggests uninstalling and reinstalling everything (that's their solution to nearly every problem -- they seem to have next to zero troubleshooting expertise or, perhaps, zero WILL to help), a process that can take as long as an hour and a half, depending on your CPU clock speed.

I've mentioned the near-uselessness of their email "tech" support. Frankly, I see no "tech" in their "support." Invariably, one is directed to one of a gazillion lengthy online documents that spells out a time-consuming process to keep the customer running in circles, only to find, ultimately, that there is NO way to fix the problem other than UNINSTALLING everything (remember, there are three components here -- NPF, NAV, and LiveUpdate) and then reinstalling ALL THREE. A 1.5 hour process, at least, as I noted above.

I'm completely fed up with Symantec, especially with their repeated "apologies for any inconvenience. . . ." What? "Any" inconvenience? How about the very REAL and repeatedly tangible wastes of time caused not only by buggy software but by their inability and/or unwillingness to actually troubleshoot an issue or fix the bugs in their software rather than simply playing their default "uninstall and reinstall" card. If they truly were sorry, they'd fix the software rather than directing the customer to "keep. . . running" (hat tip to Ralph Ellison).

I'm no programmer, but even I could give that "techincal support advice" (I use the terms loosely). I have no alternative software solutions to suggest, but I strongly warn users to avoid this software like the plague that it is.

Ironically, the anti-virus software works like a charm (it has intercepted dozens of viral emails), and the firewall is impressive in its capabilities and has been excellent. But the inability to keep the products updated because of unauthorized software auto-reconfigurations and subsequent file corruptions thereby, added to the dozens of hours needed to keep that update component functioning properly have made this software and Symantec's lack of useful tech support infuriating.

Update to Symantec 2005?
Not while I'm alive. . . .

4-0 out of 5 stars It's great if you keep it updated...
We use this at work and it is by far the best antivirus program out there. At home, I use the Macintosh version. The best I can say is that there are so many virii on the Window's platform you'd be silly not to have something like this installed. If you're tired of virii, worms, trojans, spyware, etc..., there is another solution. Get a Mac. The piece of mind you get knowing that the operating system is nearly impossible to infect or crack outweighs the tiny learning curve in switching to a different operating system. How many virii have I gotten at my Mac at home in the last 6 months? Zero. How many at work? At least one a week via email. Even our CIO (Information officer) is putting in a proposal as I write this to migrate the entire server and desktop system to the Mac OS X platform, and we're a fortune 500 company. The money saved alone in downtime from systems getting infected (if you can't work, you can't produce!), more than pays for the minor expense of making the switch. NAV is good. But unless you keep your virus definitions up to date, you're asking for a heap of trouble. And how many users really take the time to update their definitions even when the program prompts them to do so? I can count them on one hand. ... Read more


50. SBS SMALL BUSINESS SERVER 2000
list price: $299.00
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Asin: B00005NUGP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 3691
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51. Spyware Killer Pro
list price: $19.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0006L0C6U
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Cosmi
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Features

  • Custom privacy tools enhance your PC performance - erases unwanted files and determine which apps launch at startup
  • Regain control of your PC - its privacy tools prevent keyloggers, sets up Ignore Lists and gives real-time blocking protection
  • Scan memory, registry and folders quickly - detecting and removing spyware and adware
  • Finds and destroys browser hijacks and dialers, trojans, cookies and more

52. StealthSurf Pro

our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0006L0C7Y
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Cosmi
Sales Rank: 7546
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Features

  • Hides your IP address so Websites can't tell who you are
  • Supports anonymous SSL connections for safer browsing, banking or purchasing
  • Delete and quarantine spyware and adware that loads itself onto your system
  • Fully compatible with Norton, McAfee, ZoneAlarm and other security programs
  • Improve your system performance and make your PC run faster -- clean out Internet cache, history, cookies and log files

53. Symantec Security Gateway SGS 360R (10224333 )
list price: $999.99
our price: $669.99
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Asin: B0001YNLV0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 9635
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Features

  • 6-in-1 gateway security package for the small business network
  • Comprehensive security; state-of-the-art firewall; intrusion prevention
  • Affordable, high-performance technology; secure wireless capability
  • Reliable Internet gateway; Internet content filtering
  • Intuitive setup wizard; embedded licensing; low maintenance

54. Symantec AntiVirus Small Business 9.0 with Groupware Protection - 25 User
list price: $1,679.00
our price: $1,539.99
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Asin: B00022KJJ8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 9750
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Features

  • Powerful, easy-to-manage protection for small businesses
  • Automatically removes viruses, worms, and Trojan horses
  • Detects certain non-virus threats, including spyware and adware
  • Provides automatic and on-demand security updates
  • Centralizes installation, configuration, and maintenance

55. Microsoft UPG WIN SMALL BUSINESS SVR CAL ( T74-01214 )

our price: $189.99
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Asin: B00014TCSQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
Sales Rank: 1383
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56. Norton AntiVirus 7.0/Norton Personal Firewall 1.0 Bundle
list price: $139.98
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Asin: B00005MA8L
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 5178
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This is a package of two products, Norton AntiVirus 7.0 and Norton Personal Firewall 1.0, designed to keep your data and Mac system safe and sound. Norton AntiVirus finds and repairs infected files, protecting againstMacintosh and macro viruses. It also automatically scans incominge-mail attachments for viruses. LiveUpdate technology provides easyupdating of virus definitions over the Internet to keep you prepared forthe latest threats from e-mail messages, Internet downloads, file servers,and shared disks. You can also get prompt assistance with infected filesfrom the Symantec AntiVirus Research Center (SARC).

Norton Personal Firewall for Macintosh provides defense against hackers. Itprevents unauthorized access, keeps your data private and secure, and iseasy to install and use. This powerful firewall solution monitors allInternet connections to and from your Mac, creating a log and alerting you toattempted intrusions. With Norton Personal Firewall, you can use thedefault settings right out of the box or customize the program to meet yourspecific needs. Whether your Internet connection is always on with DSL or acable modem, or you just dial up occasionally, your Mac is susceptible anytime you're connected. Norton Personal Firewall was designed specifically to remedy this vulnerability. ... Read more

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars What, me worry?
Until fairly recently, my internet access was by way of phone modem, and my e-mail software was, to put it mildly, archaic. Even worse, the dial-up service to which I had access required a toll call. Needless to say, my on-line time was spent, for the most part, in brief spurts: Get on; get what I need (mostly just e-mail); get off.

Given this "get on; get off" modus operandi, I didn't need to worry too much about people hacking into my computer (a Macintosh); the window of opportunity my machine presented to hackers was pretty small, to put it mildly. But I still managed to get Windoze-sourced virus attachments to e-mail I received. On the Mac, these manifested themselves as text files having a vbe extension, meaning that they would run under Visual Basic on Windoze machines. On a Mac, of course, no damage is done. (I was helped more than a little by Microsoft, which continues to cripple Visual Basic for the Mac, limiting it to just a macro programming language as part of the MS Office suite. I couldn't have run these programs if I had wanted to.) But, using a text editor, I at least had the opportunity to scan these Visual Basic programs, to see "what made them tick."

Then (fairly recently, as I wrote), I upgraded to a broadband (cable modem) internet connection. And, since my Mac of choice is a laptop, with ultra-low energy consumption and other similar benefits, I tend to leave it on all (well, at least MOST) of the time. So I thought it prudent to install some sort of protection against hackers (and against the possibility that someone might try to write Mac-specific viruses and worms, despite the fact that 95% of personal computers are NOT Macs). Enter Norton Internet Security for the Mac. This inexpensive "insurance" software contains two parts: a software "Personal Firewall" and Norton AntiVirus ("NAV"), the latest version of Norton's "SAM" (Symantic Antivirus for the Mac). Each module is flexible in the way it can be customized for one's personal use. (For example, NAV preferences can be set so that archived files are not scanned [once they are scanned initiallly for contamination], saving significant scanning time subsequently.)

I've now used Norton Internet Security for a few months, and am pleased to report that it does what it is advertised to do, unobtrusively and in the background. The Personal Firewall log tells me that, on average, there are upward of 50 or 60 daily attempts to "ping" my computer, all denied. (A fair percentage of these has been from my broadband service, but the service's lack of success at entry doesn't seem to negatively affect our relationship.) The NAV log tells me that, since installation, only one active Mac virus has been discovered and, of course, neutralized. And, not that it was ever a problem, but it seems as if the "stable as a rock" OS is even more stable, if that is possible.

Is there a downside? Well, I no longer see any of those Visual Basic attachments, so it's fair to say that my VB-for-the-Mac programming skills have never really left the starting block. But, then, neither have Microsoft's, so I'm not complaining.

An interesting aside: In preparing this review, I did a websearch on the "Alfred E. Newman" brief description at the top, wanting to make sure that it ended up being punctuated correctly. Among the search "hits" I found was one for a Peachpit Press book on internet security for the Macintosh, having precisely this title. My apologies to Peachpit Press. But, well, a good idea is STILL a good idea, irrespective of its originator.

Highly recommended for all Mac users.

5-0 out of 5 stars Truly Easy to Install
When I received this pkg. I was prepared to call my "computer literate" friend but decided to see how far I could proceed in installing this on my own. The directions were clear and everything went smoothly. Now, I'll not be accused of passing any viruses nor will I receive any! ... Read more


57. ZoneAlarm Wireless Security
list price: $39.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0007M3PCG
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Encore Software
Sales Rank: 8590
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Features

  • Automatically secures PCs connected to wireless networks—at home or on the road.
  • Automatic Wireless Network Detection instantly identifies new wireless networks for safe, point & click configuration. Automatically recognizes and secures any wireless network you've connected to before.
  • Point & Click Wireless Security Setup lets you easily configure and save security settings for each wireless network you use—at home or on the road.
  • Award Winning Firewall
  • Inbound MailSafe automatically quarantines suspicious email attachments, preventing them from auto-launching or being opened by accident.

58. Stomp Firewall X-treme

our price: $24.99
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Asin: B00025O7MA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Stomp Inc
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Features

  • Personal Firewall for online security
  • Keeps hackers out and personal data in
  • Protects against identity theft; blocks ads while surfing
  • Alerts to attempted intrusions--including port scans
  • Feature rich, intuitive, and easy to use

59. Microsoft UPGWIN SMALL BUSINESS SVR CAL ( T74-01213 )

our price: $759.99
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Asin: B00014TCSG
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Software
Sales Rank: 7303
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60. SpyPC 7.0

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Asin: B00007E7ZO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Xelerate
Sales Rank: 3455
Average Customer Review: 2.91 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • It fully records everything viewed in Hotmail, MSN email and anything opened in Outlook
  • It also fully records chats in AOL Instant Messenger, ICQ, MSN and Yahoo Messenger
  • Every keystroke is recorded, as well as a complete log of every Website visited during the course of the day
  • The special advance warning system will warn you when someone is online inappropriately

Reviews (11)

1-0 out of 5 stars "spy"PC?
How can a software program completly hide it's self 100%? There is no way. If it is sending out e-mails a simple network sniffing program will catch it easly. All I can say is that I'm 15 y/o, really into computers, and put this kind of stuff on to my computer just for the challange of getting around it ;-) I find these kinds of programs lots of fun, theres ALWAYS a way to find them (hmm, my hard drive space just decreased by 200B! What? Network actvity and I'm not doing anything? Whoa! 20% of the CPU usage is not acounted for!) Anyway there is NO software that can replace a human (parent) monitering a childs computer activity. I highy recomend supervison over "stelth" loggin programs.

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of Cra* software. Reveled itself all of the time.
I installed this on two PCs on a network. One 2000 and one XP. MS messenger would bring up the panel. This was installed in stealth mode. The XP machine also revealed itself. I came home from an errand and my girlfriend asked " what in the he** do you think you are doing monitoring my stuff, trying to get my passwords?" Well it did not even log those and the logs are real hard to read. Uninstalled after one day. Also got me in real hot water. Guess it was my own fault for lack of trust.

5-0 out of 5 stars SpyPC Review
Product was shipped fast, arrived as expected. Was a little shocked to see the 'Price after Rebate' = Free status today, but oh, well...

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Do It!
One thing that is not very clear with this software: In Windows XP, you have to have every account be an administrator account, which adds other dangers.

It seriously slowed down my computer, a Pentium 2 400MHZ with 384mb of RAM. Sometimes it is now unusable, it's so slow. It doesn't always email a log and it doesn't capture every keystroke, as claimed.

I dropped 39$ on this and after about 2 weeks, I'm giving up and looking for something else.

5-0 out of 5 stars Stealth = Stealth
After making good Experience with Xelerate's PowerPDF I also bought spyPC to monitor my Children's Internet Use.
spyPC is able to log Chat Conversations, visited Websites, eMails and so on.
It's working invisible and proper for over 3 Months now.
I really enjoy using this Software. ... Read more


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