"Windows Vista Firewall: The Needed Settings to Protect Your Computer!"

Windows Vista Firewall goes well beyond the XP version because in XP only inbound traffic is blocked, allowing outbound traffic to go unmonitored. With Windows Vista's improved firewall, you can block outgoing traffic, too.

And because it's integrated so deeply into the system, it can prevent Windows components from sending data out over the network if they're not designed to do so. This should prevent problems that arise when certain Windows components are replaced by malicious code.

To set the Windows Vista Firewall

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