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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 7932] - BSoD Attemping to Terminate Apache with ZoneAlarm Installed
Date Sun, 20 Oct 2002 01:47:39 GMT
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BSoD Attemping to Terminate Apache with ZoneAlarm Installed





------- Additional Comments From nicodeimous@lfa.dns2go.com  2002-10-20 01:47 -------
Just for those of you who think that reverting back will help far any amount of 
time, your simply retarding the effectiveness of your web servers.  Apache2 
isn't the only web server effected by this ZA bug.  Deerfields Website is also 
effected.  So it seems that if you want to run any recent webserver on a 
machine, ZA isn't the best option to go with for firewall protection.

I stumbled upon this site, and I must thank you guys for your work on chasing a 
bug thats very annoying.  Your one of the FEW places where I have found even a 
glimmer of an answer to whats BSODing a server that has been stable for over a 
year.  I recently installed ZA pro and soon after the webserver became 
unresponsive, then BSOD and restart.  I refused to beleive that ZA could do 
this and weeded through all my programs that had access to the network, tried 
many suggested remedies and yet it still got the BSOD.  

I know you guys hate to debug other peoples problems and I agree that you 
shouldn't be responsible for doing it.  With that said, Thanxs, your discovery 
was the answer for my webservers woes, fixed itself imediately after removing 
ZA.

Nicodeimous Chanye

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