I would like to thank you for the clarification message regarding the recent auto-upgrade - official notification is a very good thing in these matters It helps to maintain the level of trust required in a security application.
Now for the question - how can I circumvent it? I understand the reasoning behind it but ,while
I would like to be notified updates are available when
I do a manual update check ( the only kind
I ever do), I would still rather be the one that decides what and when gets updated with my security software. I realise this may seem somewhat paranoid but thats the kind of people who recommend firewalls to all their friends
There used to be a list of what servers zonealarm tries to talk to that could be added to the hosts file - is there a current list? This is however a very poor solution as it prevents legitimate traffic requested by the user.
Is there some way I can request a feature that puts the control back in the hands of the user while keeping him (or her)
And while we're at it ,who's idea was the "allow all" setting on the game mode?!?!?! has to be the least secure idea I have ever heard in a firewall app. Now if I'm missing something about that please let me know.
Message Edited by dr_del on 10-28-200611:15 PM