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Core Force End-Point Security Solution Uses Windows Port of PF
Contributed by marco on Wed Dec 21 21:17:37 2005 (GMT)
from the so-many-people-brought-it-up-it-has-to-be-shown dept.

From the Core Force website:

CORE FORCE provides a comprehensive endpoint security solution for Windows 2000 and Windows XP systems.

CORE FORCE provides inbound and outbound stateful packet filtering for TCP/IP protocols using a Windows port of OpenBSD's PF firewall, granular file system and registry access control and programs' integrity validation. These capabilities can be configured and enforced system-wide or on a per-application basis for specific programs such as email readers, Web browsers, media players, messaging software, etc.

CORE FORCE is the first community oriented security solution for personal computers. CORE FORCE is free and provides a comprehensive endpoint security solution for Windows 2000 and Windows XP systems.
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Note: The undeadly editors have not tried/used this product. YMMV!

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  Re: Core Force End-Point Security Solution Uses Windows Port of PF (mod -6/26)
by Jeff (194.109.22.148) on Wed Dec 21 23:19:38 2005 (GMT)
  I've installed and tried this product myself. I really like what I see so far..
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  Re: Core Force End-Point Security Solution Uses Windows Port of PF (mod 0/26)
by Anonymous Coward (83.5.214.153) on Thu Dec 22 08:03:23 2005 (GMT)
  I haven't used it yet, though it looks interesting, but I have been using the lovely PktFilter from:
http://www.hsc.fr/ressources/outils/pktfilter/index.html.en
for a few years. It has simple pf/ipf syntax loaded from a text file and is a snap to install with a .reg file on multiple boxes.
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  Re: Core Force End-Point Security Solution Uses Windows Port of PF (mod 2/24)
by Anonymous Coward (216.201.130.149) on Thu Dec 22 15:48:59 2005 (GMT)
  seems to be down.. can anyone get to http://force.coresecurity.com?
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  Re: Core Force End-Point Security Solution Uses Windows Port of PF (mod -7/23)
by GeekGod (216.135.89.5) (geekgod@geekgod.com) on Thu Dec 22 19:23:46 2005 (GMT)
http://www.pfsense.com
  Holy beeping beep, batman! Thats excellent!
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  OMG (mod -7/21)
by Marklar (203.26.16.67) (marklar_@hotmail.com) on Fri Dec 23 23:27:48 2005 (GMT)
  I downloaded and installed it on a fresh-ish build of XP SP2.. Absolutely amazing! It's fascinating to watch just how windows applications work, particuarly the ones sh*t all over the filesystem and phone home... I had no idea.
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  Re: Core Force End-Point Security Solution Uses Windows Port of PF (mod 6/24)
by m (217.197.149.135) on Sat Dec 24 10:43:10 2005 (GMT)
  Looks great, but I think that when the traffic shapping will be implemented it will be the best solution for Windows ever.
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  Re: Core Force End-Point Security Solution Uses Windows Port of PF (mod 4/26)
by Anonymous Coward (70.50.184.138) on Fri Jan 20 05:54:12 2006 (GMT)
  I have this installed on a win2k pro Machine , I have to say that it's a great program , But arn't the system requirements a little high for a firewall type of program ?
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  Re: Core Force End-Point Security Solution Uses Windows Port of PF (mod -7/23)
by new update (216.201.130.149) on Tue Jan 24 19:14:26 2006 (GMT)
  http://force.coresecurity.com
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