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Eacfilt driver.  This option is in network connection properties, what is it?

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Hi,
I was wondering what this eacfilt driver was?  On my sygate firewall it (eacfilt.sys) is a running application and if I deny access on this I cant dispaly any pages?  It seems to use a random port each time??
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This might explain something. It sounds like a VPN driver that is bound to your network card. Blocking it certainyl could block your network card from operating.
http://computing.net/networking/wwwboard/forum/14971.html
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