May I use LnS to look at each TCP/UDP packet the application sends and receives?
I'm just trying to find the most flexible way to control each application connections. :-)
Yes, you are right.
I will try this way.
But I'm not sure if I can use something like 62.62.*.7[2-7] instead of 22.214.171.124-126.96.36.199;188.8.131.52-184.108.40.206 for example?...
Can't find - may I use same kind of mask or wildcard there?
There is no abbreviation?
When I select !1-65535 have I to specify IP also?
Can I block UDP (all ports, all IPs) for a particukar applicaction using Application Filtering in LnS?
Is there something like "!*"...
How to protect trusted process from injection of some malicious code into its address space?
It means in older Windows OS - 95/98/Me.
Seems like LnS should save "\" as "\\" in lns.reg (???)
Kush, Thomas M... Thank you!
Could you please look at screens I posted and tell me what's wrong?
I want to allow address range 220.127.116.11-18.104.22.168 for IE to...
What I want is to allow IE to connect only to specified ip addresses.
And it looks like that it connects to any address right through the Squid.
Should it work like that:...?
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