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Many are familiar with the term ‘firewall’ in reference to the construction of apartments, offices, or homes. A firewall is a separation between units or rooms that prevents a fire from spreading from one room to another. Firewalls can limit the amount of damage caused by a fire and even save lives. The same is true of firewalls on the internet – they prevent one computer from compromising another computer. They make it possible to filter incoming and outgoing traffic that flows through your system. Internet firewalls may not save your life, but it can save your identity. Continue reading