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    cska Guest

    Default "ZoneAlarm Security Alert: Suspicious Behavior...."

    everytime when a application uses some ressources or drivers or whatelse I get ZA popup "ZoneAlarm Security Alert: Suspicious Behavior". I know I can remember the answer, but there are so many programms doing something on my PC, cause I newly reinstalled my Windows.
    I can I get rid of the alerts?

    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite
    Software Version:6.5

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    cska Guest

    Default Re: "ZoneAlarm Security Alert: Suspicious Behavior...."

    When I install new programm and then I launch it, ZA pops up "Suspicious Behavior: The programm ABC is trying to lauch C:\Programme\Internet Explorer\IEEXPLORER.EXE by using DDE". What does this mean?
    "ABC" is example of a programm which I have installed and started
    Could someone answer me please

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    Default Re: "ZoneAlarm Security Alert: Suspicious Behavior...."

    Basically it is telling you that one program is trying to open another by using a windows process. If you want to allow this you can open ZA and go to the program control section, to the program list and right click on the program and select options, then check the box for "allow this program to use other programs to access the internet" or "allow application interaction" depending on the conditions you want to allow.
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    cska Guest

    Default Re: "ZoneAlarm Security Alert: Suspicious Behavior...."

    ok, but every new installed programm is poping up that alert, so I have to do it with every application?I was thinking that it is easier if I tell Windows to accept/block everything which wants to communicate with Windows? Or it is not possible?

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    Default Re: "ZoneAlarm Security Alert: Suspicious Behavior...."

    You have to approve or deny them individually. That is the whole point of this type of firewall. Lets the user approve or deny both internal and external communications.
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