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What does your server firewall do?




Second Layer Online Anti Virus Protection, Second Layer Online Firewall Protection and Second Layer Online Anti Spam Protection are available to VPN4ALL VPN Customers for a small fee. This Second Layer of Protection stops malware at our servers and prevents a large percentage of malware from getting through to your computer so that your home/business anti virus has a higher chance of stopping any malware that remains. Typically your home/business Anti Virus is only 85% effective because of the large number of malware attacks. With Second Layer Online Protection your home/business only has to defend your computer from a much smaller number of attacks, some 2.5% of what would otherwise be 100% of the online threats.

Online Anti Virus Security Suite can be purchased as an addon product during the checkout process.

The VPN4ALL Second Layer Online Anti Virus Protection and Second Layer Online Firewall Protection provides a packet filtering firewall for your VPN4ALL connection. It supports TCP, UDP and ICMP and prevents incoming malware and viruses from reaching your computer, while allowing all outbound connections.

It is strongly advised that you install the latest security updates for your operating system and keep an up-to-date Anti-Virus software installed on your computer even when using the firewall option. VPN4ALL makes no guarantees that having the firewall turned on will protect your computer against all threats from the Internet but we do believe it will cut down substantially on the number of threats attacking your current system.

 

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