Configuring Anti-Virus Firewall (Windows)
At installation, VISS is automatically configured and enabled to handle virus-infected files.
Configuring Anti-Virus Firewall (Mac)
Verizon Internet Security Suite Firewall helps prevent intruders from accessing your system when you are online. People with malicious intent can invade your computer to delete or corrupt files on your system, hunt down personal information stored on your computer, or even read your email.
Firewall has a few tools to help you control processes such as how your Internet-enabled programs connect to the Internet and how your Internet programs share files over the Internet. You set access rules to control how these processes are handled.
When a program accesses the Internet for the first time, Firewall prompts you to allow or block the network connection. You can see a list of blocked IP addresses in the Firewall--View Log list.
Before you set the Firewall tools in place, you must enable the Firewall.
Note: If you already have firewall software installed on your computer, you may experience conflicts between that software and Verizon Internet Security Suite Firewall. You may have to disable or remove your previously installed firewall software.
For assistance enabling Verizon Internet Security Suite Firewall please visit: http://verizon.mcafee.com