(This site seems awfully familiar to Gnutella, so please forgive if you've heard these questions from me before)
I don't understand why Home Networks would require a different standard of protection, ie. ZA suggests "Trusted - Home" and I've taken this to mean any PC in the home environment, whether part of a LAN or not.
At the moment I have a Home Wireless LAN and I am concerned about it's security. Scenario: A PC gets infected and can send it on to all the other PC's in my house, because the LAN is in the Trusted zone for file/printer sharing.
It seems to me that setting the Firewall to Internet zone simply defeats the purpose of communication with others' on the LAN... and device sharing?