> I noticed that when I have NPF installed I do not get any intrusion
> When I had ZA installed, I got them all the time.
> > First off, this would be an opinion question. My preference is NPF, but
> > that's just me.
> > But seriously, ZAP is for people who want security without having to
> > configure things.
> > NPF, while able to configure itself, is a lot more customizeable, making
> > more adaptive.
> > But NPF isn't for everyone.
> > By the way, if you have WinXP, the internet connection firewall
> > WinXP) is enough, in my opinion, for home use.
Could be because it's auto-configuring itself.
Could also be a bad uninstall from ZAP (same results as the "two firewalls
are worse than just one")
I dunno. PCMag is still ranking NIS and NPF above ZAP, but it's a marginal
difference (i.e. not worth mentioning the difference, cause it's so small)