Windows Firewall Console

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Windows Firewall Console
Software Details:
Version: 23.0 updated
Upload Date: 2 May 15
Developer: BlackBox Hacker
Distribution Type: Freeware
Downloads: 6
Size: 375 Kb

Rating: 0.0/5 (Total Votes: 0)

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Clean and intuitive appearance

following the download process, you can just use the installer and run the executable, as it is necessary to go through an installation process in order for the application to function, yet quite easy to handle. The red shield functions as a 'Cancel' button while the green shield lets you approve certain actions.

Patch your Firewall, then begin making configuring it to your liking

every time you launch Windows Firewall Console, you need to click on the white shield in the 'Patch Firewall' window, in order for the tool to be able to operate modifications on your system, which you will need to 'Patch' in the main window.

By clicking on the Windows Firewall Console's green shield, you can browse through your Computers running processes and select the safe applications; clicking on the red button will revert the changes to the default state.

Moreover, the utility enables you to run the 'Webcam Monitor'c. The 'Firewall Box' lists the currently running TCP Connections on your PC. Despite its simple appearance, keep in mind that the modifications you operate can have unwanted effects and you should not perform them unless you understand how to configure your Firewall.

Useful interface for your Firewall

In conclusion, Windows Firewall Console is an efficient and easy to handle program created to function as a new skin for your Windows Firewall, allowing you to modify settings or add rules in just a few moves.

What is new in this release:

Product Activation.

What is new in version 16.0:

Startup feature.

What is new in version 14.0:

WFN Mode and WOT Web Protection features.


.Net Framework 4.0, Strawberry Perl



Supported Operation Systems

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