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  1. hello; smile.gif
    I just installed the latest version of NOD32 Antivirus (V.8.0.304.3) I had before the V7; So far, I left the HIPS module NOD deactivated but todays, I decided to try to activate HIPS, in "Automatic mode with rules." For now, no conflicts with Outpost Firewall Pro 9.1 (4652.701.1951) Everything works very well.
    Do you think I could leave the HIPS NOD, or should I disable?
    Thank you for your answer :)

  2. Hello Arakasi :)  


    Thanks Paul, why do you choose Outpost Firewall over ESET's ?


    I have Outpost Firewall Pro since the release 4.0.964.582(November 2006) and I had KAV (Kaspersky Anti Virus) since version 4 also; I dropped KAV for NOD32 there two years, and I retain this ensemble who  satisfied me; :)
    I prefer an anti virus and a firewall separates, I do not like the  security suite

  3. Hello; :)
    I contacted support Outpost last  week, and they made me uninstall Outpost by Add / Remove program, WITHOUT using the Cleaner.Then I re installed Outpost 8.1.2. For reasons unknown to me, my PC is running very well again with V.7.0.302.26 Nod32 and Outpost 8.1.2   However I did nothing other than uninstall / reinstall Outpost, without changing anything in the configuration (I imported my rules after installation). This remains a mystery to me.

  4. Hello;
    My OS is Windows 7 SP1 32b  My firewall is Outpost Pro 8.0, and my antivirus is Nod32 V 7.0.302.26, with HIPS deactivated
    In the Exclusions of Nod, I put  C:\ Program Files \ Agnitum \ Outpost Firewall Pro \ *.*
    C: \ ProgramData. \ Agnitum \ *.*
    Everything works fine but if I install Outpost Firewall Pro 8.1.2 my PC crashes.
    I still have not found what blocks, and if you have a solution, I'm interested.
    This crash problem started for me with version 8.1 Outpost. So I stay with Oupost V  8.0 and  Nod32 V 7.0.302.26 until a solution is found.

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