XP Alarm

November 2004
Management Services;Nov2004, Vol. 48 Issue 11, p30
Academic Journal
This article reports that the ZoneAlarm firewall and antivirus products from Zone Labs support Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2. The products will work seamlessly with Windows XP Service Pack 2 to provide Internet users with trusted and easy-to-use security. It establishes stronger default security settings and automatically installs new security features that will help protect computers from hackers, viruses and other security risks. Windows XP Service Pack 2 also contains support for new technologies, such as Wireless-Fidelity and Bluetooth, along with improved hardware and driver support to create more productive, hassle-free computing. ZoneAlarm users will be able to use the Windows Security Center to quickly and easily monitor the status of their system's security.


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