The really bad: Firewall that does NOT allow you to specify WiFi networks that you trust. It forces you to trust a range of addresses that you have on an adapter. So if you trust say 10.0.0.1..100 for your home network on WiFi then ANY WiFi network in that range you might connect to in the future will magically be trusted. Bad design. The firewall also lacks the capability of allowing a port specifically open and requires it to be attached to a program. Bitdefender claims that is a security weakness if they allow just a port. I'm tending to lean toward they don't feel like adding the feature as security didn't seem to be a concern with WiFi networks.