Mil Firewall blocks all network attacks and information leaks from your computer. With Mil Firewall you can use Internet and local networks for work or entertainment while keeping full control over what goes in and what goes out of your computer.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:05
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
Mil Free Internet Eraser 4.0 Everyone with access to your computer could see which sites you have visited through your browse history, cookies and their index.dat files. Mil Free Internet Eraser helps you to completely clean all browse history records and cookies with ease.
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Description: There are many programs that relentlessly try to breach into your computer from the Internet. The surveys show that a new computer can be infected in less than half hour with spyware and trojan horses. Another increasingly alarming trend is the number of non-malicious programs that send information about you and your online habits to their authors without any consent from you.
Mil Firewall blocks all attempts to exploit a security problem in the programs that are running on your PC. Mil Firewall will also protect your computer from infection with many viruses, trojan horses and spyware programs. It will also block any attempts of legitimate or spyware program to send your private information over the internet or to download ads and other content to show in pop-up windows.
You can use specific network access rules for each program or use global rules for all programs. There are predefined rules for most frequently used programs but you can change them.
All network access can be temporarily disabled with one click of the mouse, which gives you plenty of time to change the network access permissions without worrying that you computer may be infected while you are doing this.
Additionally, you can allow access only for some of the network adapters or for specific addresses, protocols and ports. The firewall rules are very flexible and allow very fine degree of control.
Comcast blocking port 25 Last week, Comcast began blocking port 25 on some of their subscribers' accounts in an attempt to curtail spam. Comcast has over 5.7 million Subscribers and is the largest cable ISP provider.
AT&T Network-Security Feature Trims Need For Firewalls AT&T is developing a network-security system that eliminates the need for multiple firewalls, because the system stops worms and viruses before they reach customers' networks. The system will be available as an add-on feature to AT&T's Internet Pr