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This isn't a big deal if you've got one machine on a DSL connection - the hardware firewall does a great job of handling this.On the other hand if you've got a wireless network (especially an unprotected wireless network), anyone bringing an infected machine near your wireless network might compromise the machines behind the firewall.There's a wide variety of opinion on this, but personally, I'm quite happy simply behind a router and with no outgoing threat monitoring.But regardless, you do need a firewall; be it an external router, a software package that you install, or at a minimum simply enabling the Windows Firewall already present on your machine.There's a lot of misunderstanding about firewalls, routers, and other security software.When Windows XP service pack two was released it definitely put security and particularly the firewall, "in your face".I hope it will help others that have had the same questions, but didn't know who to ask. Please don't install ALARMinglyunfriendlysoftware like Zone ALARM.

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The Windows firewall has a limited amount of outbound traffic alerts, and other software firewalls that you can install separately to use instead of the Windows Firewall can be configured with a wide array of outgoing protection.

An 18 year career as a programmer at Microsoft soon followed. in 2003 as a place for answers to common computer and technical questions. Armed with this information, I will now activiate my new Wireless-G Broadband Router (802.11g) and disable my Windows Firewall.

Or, as you stated...(notify Windows Security that I will manage my own firewall).

Every computer should be behind a firewall of some sort.

In general, hardware firewalls, typically provided by NAT routers, keep malicious network traffic from ever reaching your computer, whereas software firewalls, such as the Windows Firewall, discard malicious traffic after it has actually arrived at your computer. If you have a router with network address translation, or NAT, enabled (most consumer grade routers do, by default) then there's no need to enable the Windows firewall.