Untrusted Applications and processes are automatically set to 'Allow for
untrusted' internet access (if not restricted by built-in rule).
added to Untrusted List will automatically be set to 'Allow for untrusted'
applications installed/run Untrusted will request user to allow access via
Stop attack!: will
close all untrusted processes currently running.
Stop process: will
terminate the process immediately.
allow internet access (untrusted)
stop internet access.
DefenseWall Personal Firewall, by default, blocks the ports that are being used by
Trusted processes. Trusted processes are allowed Internet access by
default, if it's not set with built-in firewall ruleset. If
you have any applications that
require internet access (open
port) just add it to Untrusted Applications module/list.
If this application has any vulnerability and is exploited, it is protected and contained
by DefenseWall Sandboxing.
DefenseWall Personal Firewall controls Untrusted Applications that are connecting to
the internet and warns you if a program is not under the outbound rules.
Add a file or folder for internet access and set rule
· Allow for untrusted
· Deny for untrusted
· Deny for trusted and untrusted.
Default, built-in items cannot
Modify permissions including to deny access for Default, Built-in items.
Displays a dialog box if a user wants to allow or deny a .dll file created by untrusted
processes and not known as good by Whitelisting, to be loaded into a process
allowed, to have Internet access. Click the 'Allowed files' button to display the list.
Items can be removed from within the list.