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    Angry Difficulties to access the Check Point Site

    It is being pretty difficult for me to acces the Check Point Site. The chance to get in is almost random and (one in several dozens), and when succeding, the request to the "ZoneAlarm Extreme Security 30 days free trial" does not work (the download page is unrechable).

    Any clueabout what happens?

    ems

    Windows 7.

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    Default Re: Which is the point with the Check Point site

    Probably a local issue, the zonealarm website works perfectly fine here with no problem whatsoever on any page. You may need to clean up your DNS cache? (ipconfig /flushdns).

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    ems Guest

    Default Re: Difficulties to access the Check Point Site

    Hi Fax

    Ok and thank you.

    Three more questions

    1) what must be undertood by virtual browsing? Does it mean the proper IP and MAC are not sent over the Internet making impossible por anyone to track one's browsing?

    2) Does ZAExtreme allows for email encription?

    3) Is it possible to encriypt and reverse the encryption progressively the data on one disk as to check whether one actually masters the procedure without risk of losing any data or get stuck amidst the procedure.

    ems

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    Default Re: Difficulties to access the Check Point Site

    Hi!

    1) No, this cannot be done by a software alone you need a provider of the service. Please see here below for a short explanation of the virtualization. You can find this explanation in the online help (Help --> help)
    Using browser security

    You can also find a better explanation of the former forcefield (same as web protection in current products) here:
    http://zonealarm.com/blog

    2) I am not sure I understand the question. This is normally done by the provider themselves. Nowdays main providers use SSL (e.g. gmail, hotmail) for downloading/uploading e-mails. The e-mails travel in secure encrypted channels.

    3) Sorry this I don't know.

    Thanks,
    fax
    Last edited by Forum-Moderator; August 1st, 2012 at 01:25 PM.

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