Security Software Encryption BlackICE PC Protection

BlackICE PC Protection 3.6.crh for Windows

by Internet Security Systems

Avg. Rating 2.1 (147 votes)

File Details

File Size 6.8 MB
License Shareware, $39.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 6,123
Publisher Internet Security Systems
Homepage BlackICE PC Protection

Publisher's Description

BlackICE PC Protection delivers bulletproof intrusion detection and personal firewall protection to your PC. It scans your DSL, cable, or dial-up Internet connection looking for hacker activity, much like antivirus programs scan your hard disk looking for viruses.

Latest Reviews

Undesired Username

Undesired Username reviewed v3.6.crh on Sep 12, 2008

LOL

uberfly

uberfly reviewed v3.6.cra on Jun 19, 2008

Well I loved this back in the day, but this app is on the way out. Support for it ends in September. DO NOT BUY!

ballyhairs

ballyhairs reviewed v3.6.cra on Jun 13, 2008

@FailedCRC
totally!!!

FailedCRC

FailedCRC reviewed v3.6.cra on Jun 13, 2008

That screenshot is outstanding!

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v3.6.cra on Jun 13, 2008

Excellent. Requires zero interaction while giving great protection and not killing the things that don't need to be killed.

ilev

ilev reviewed v3.6.cra on Jun 13, 2008

I am using BlackIce for years and find it excellent.
I have a router too, The best (Checkpoint's Sofaware), and still , some attempts break through.
Always use 2 firewalls, hardware and software as hardware firewalls don't block\check at the applications level.

Ilan.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v3.6.cra on Jun 12, 2008

Some things never change. Like, why do I still keep trying this junk out. Stay clear. Get a router and protect yourself.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v3.6.cqy on Apr 10, 2008

People still use this garbage? I gave this thing a whirl just to see if it's any better and, no, it's not. It's still a rag. In this day an age, people should be on broadband routers with NAT/Firewalling already. This thing was holier than the Pope when it came out, and I can't believe that people still use it. And they want $40 for it? Ridiculous.

Bobbitchin

Bobbitchin reviewed v3.6.cqy on Apr 9, 2008

OMG BlackICE is still around? I thought they went out of business in like 1998 or 99 after Steve Gibson proved their product to be worthless and even dangerous.

I'll give it a 2 because software firewalls in general are for people who think AOL is the internet.

ilev

ilev reviewed v3.6.cqy on Apr 9, 2008

I am using the program for years now. Pity IBM has decided to stop selling the FW.
i Would suggest to IBM to give it as a freeware for the remaining 5 months.

Avg. Rating 2.1 (147 votes)
Your Rating
Undesired Username

Undesired Username reviewed v3.6.crh on Sep 12, 2008

LOL

uberfly

uberfly reviewed v3.6.cra on Jun 19, 2008

Well I loved this back in the day, but this app is on the way out. Support for it ends in September. DO NOT BUY!

ballyhairs

ballyhairs reviewed v3.6.cra on Jun 13, 2008

@FailedCRC
totally!!!

FailedCRC

FailedCRC reviewed v3.6.cra on Jun 13, 2008

That screenshot is outstanding!

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v3.6.cra on Jun 13, 2008

Excellent. Requires zero interaction while giving great protection and not killing the things that don't need to be killed.

ilev

ilev reviewed v3.6.cra on Jun 13, 2008

I am using BlackIce for years and find it excellent.
I have a router too, The best (Checkpoint's Sofaware), and still , some attempts break through.
Always use 2 firewalls, hardware and software as hardware firewalls don't block\check at the applications level.

Ilan.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v3.6.cra on Jun 12, 2008

Some things never change. Like, why do I still keep trying this junk out. Stay clear. Get a router and protect yourself.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v3.6.cqy on Apr 10, 2008

People still use this garbage? I gave this thing a whirl just to see if it's any better and, no, it's not. It's still a rag. In this day an age, people should be on broadband routers with NAT/Firewalling already. This thing was holier than the Pope when it came out, and I can't believe that people still use it. And they want $40 for it? Ridiculous.

Bobbitchin

Bobbitchin reviewed v3.6.cqy on Apr 9, 2008

OMG BlackICE is still around? I thought they went out of business in like 1998 or 99 after Steve Gibson proved their product to be worthless and even dangerous.

I'll give it a 2 because software firewalls in general are for people who think AOL is the internet.

ilev

ilev reviewed v3.6.cqy on Apr 9, 2008

I am using the program for years now. Pity IBM has decided to stop selling the FW.
i Would suggest to IBM to give it as a freeware for the remaining 5 months.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v3.6.cqy on Apr 9, 2008

Nice fw. Small, efficient.

jafo818

jafo818 reviewed v3.6.cqx on Mar 18, 2008

I'm still using it and appreciate the constant updates. I wish they hadn't announced end of life support! It rocks.

Tao2005

Tao2005 reviewed v3.6.cqp on Nov 17, 2007

Well in my profession, any thing is better, then windows SP any thing. Think about it, if microsoft would have done any thing right, you wouldn't need SP1. And SP2 would end up as SP1. As far as it goes for internet security. Everybody should know of microsofts vullernabillity. It is said that WMP (windows mediaplayer) is a big spy trap, and IE is the same. The funny thing is that IE is used by hackers, as an access point to your PC. By entering these ports, they know that they are always open, and not monitored as much as other ports.

werwin

werwin reviewed v3.6.cqp on Nov 16, 2007

IBM Internet Security Systems has announced the End of Life for BlackICE PC Protection (formerly known as BlackICE Defender) and BlackICE Server Protection (formerly known as BlackICE Defender for Server). The End of Sale date for these products is September 19, 2007. We will update and support BlackICE products until September 29, 2008. These products will not be supported after September 29th, 2008.

boaz

boaz reviewed v3.6.cqn on Aug 24, 2007

Nice small, simple firewall. I do not use application protection option. It's better than the Windows XP SP2 built-in firewall. Been using it for a few years.

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