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Arrow DroidWall has been acquired by AVAST!

According to the developer of DroidWall:

"DroidWall has been acquired by avast! so its features will eventually be incorporated on their app."
(Thanks to CyanogenMod community and pawitp for his unyielding support!)
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Haha wow that's awesome! I might actually mess around with it when they re-release it
 
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It was in my plan to install droidwall to my phone, but if this is true, then I wait and maybe install avast security instead - if it is good
 
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According to the developer of DroidWall:

DroidWall has been acquired by avast! so its features will eventually be incorporated on their app.
LOL i knew it!!!!

because when i looked at it (i have Avast for Android installed) it seemed awfully familiar to Droidwall and now that explains why

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It was in my plan to install droidwall to my phone, but if this is true, then I wait and maybe install avast security instead - if it is good
For me it`s great.You can actually lock down usb,settings(etc...) with sms,so it can`t be reflashed or something like this.You need root for this functions of course.
 
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hmmm...a great app will now become even greater
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Hope they dont ruin it.
 
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It was in my plan to install droidwall to my phone, but if this is true, then I wait and maybe install avast security instead - if it is good
Avast for Android is awesome, the best antivirus and antitheft.
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