Command Line Interface "Personal Firewall" for Windows NT family?

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by ftoomsh, Sep 6, 2006.

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  1. ftoomsh

    ftoomsh Registered Member

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    No, not network routing rules, all that fluff left to your dedicated hardware device or CHX.

    Want basic opt in/out network functionality for processes & components via text configuration file.

    Example can be greatly expanded upon:

    # Action,Path+Regex,Checksum

    AllowConfigReadWrite,"^[C][:][\].*Frontend.*.exe$",8058b96ba0c3b5f3b0043730d09cb4a3
    Allow,"C:\Projects\DevelopingApplication.exe",Null
    Allow,"C:\Program Files\Outlook Express\msimn.exe",091c14f4c71328d4316248a2421190de
    #Deny,"C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe",e7484514c0464642be7b4dc2689354c8
    Deny,All
    #Allow,All
    Import,"C:\newruleset.txt"

    Is there no such thing for Windows and why the HECK not? Would this not truly be set and forget? Wipe your hands of acknowledging popups requesting user intervention and unintuitive nuances, the GUI if you will. (Could see folks coding a lite frontend.)

    Obviously the mini driver will handle typical leak conditions, malicious inter-process communication, protection of firewall components, all that jazz.
     
    Last edited: Sep 7, 2006
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